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This research investigates and compares the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioural method and common method of family education on psychological well-being of parents and girl students in the secondary programme at western region of Isfahan province. The hypothesis was that the effect of cognitive-behavioural method and traditional (common) method on the well-being differs. In this experimental study, 80 girl students and their parents were chosen randomly as the population. Pre-test and post-test were taken for all of the subjects based on Reef’s psychological well-being test. The data of this research were analysed through descriptive statistics and covariance analysis test, and then, by SPSS statistical software. The final results of the research indicate that the cognitive-behavioural family education course compared with traditional (common) method affects the psychological well-being of parents (mothers) and girl students of the secondary programme; the probability of this effect is p < 0/05 and it is significant.
Keywords: Common family education course, behavioural-cognitive education, psychological well-being
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