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Introduction: the present study examines the Comparative study of dysfunctional attitudes and Spiritual Intelligence in normal individuals and addicts. Method: In this study, 50 patients with substance dependency were selected using easy sampling method and same number of people were selected as the control group Research Tools were King’s Spiritual Intelligence Questionnaire, DAS questionnaire. The analysis of the data was done using SPSS version 16 software. Results: The results showed there was a significant relationship between dysfunctional attitudes toward addiction in addicted. There was a significant relationship between dysfunctional attitudes and critical reflection and spiritual consciousness, consciousness development and generate personal meaning in normal individuals ed. A significant correlation was shown between dysfunctional attitudes and critical reflection, to produce personal meaning and spiritual awareness in addicted. Conclusions: With awareness of the consequences of drug use, modified approaches to practical methods of prevention programs to reduce the tendency towards drug addiction could conserved as a Step to reduce the dysfunctional attitudes.
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Author(s): Ali Mohammadi and Zahra Khamoush Motlagh
Addicts, Dysfunctional attitudes, normal individuals , Spiritual intelligence, Spiritual Intelligence