Study of Marital Satisfaction in Students Based on Psychological Components of Attachment Style, Perfectionism and Conflict Resolution

Masoumeh Nadiri, Javad Khalatbari


The purpose of this study was to predict marital satisfaction in students based on the psychological components of attachment style, perfectionism and conflict resolution. This is an applied research in terms of objective and method and a descriptive-correlational study in terms of data collection method. The statistical population of this study consisted of all married students studying in universities of Tehran in 2017 which were calculated on the basis of Cohen, Kergeci, and Morgan table (1970) of 252 people. The data collection tools were A  rich’s Marital Satisfaction Questionnaire (1998), Hazen and Shew (1993), Adult Attachment Styles Questionnaire, Ahwaz Perfectionism Scale (1999), and Rahim's Conflict Coping Style Questionnaire (1995). In order to analyze the data, descriptive and inferential statistics Incides and methods were used. So, In order to describe the collected data, the mean, standard deviation and frequency distribution tables, and to analyze the data, Pearson correlation coefficient and multivariate regression were used by SPSS software. In general, the findings showed that there is a relationship between marital satisfaction and commitment and attachment styles and conflict resolution and perfectionism. Also, the results indicate that secure attachment is associated with a higher degree of marital satisfaction than anxious-avoidant and anxious-ambivalent attachment. Secure attachment styles have a positive relationship with marital satisfaction and anxious-avoidant and anxious-ambivalent attachment styles have a negative relationship with marital satisfaction.


marital satisfaction; attachment style; perfectionism; conflict resolution

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