The Effect of Family Function on Social Adjustment and Self-Regulation of High School Students

  •  Monireh Parsian    
  •  Somayeh Kamali Igoli    
  •  Khadijehi Abolmaali Alhossein    


This paper examines the family function on social adjustment and self-regulation of high school students. The research method is descriptive-correlational. The statistical population consists of all second-high school girl students in the city of Ghaemshahr. 110 female students were randomly selected as the research sample size. The results showed that there is a significant difference between family function and social adjustment and self-regulation of high school students at the error level of less than 0.01 and confidence level of 0.99. Based on regression analysis, family function variables (with a coefficient of 0.46) and social adjustment (with a coefficient of 0.44) had the highest coefficient of standardized regression, respectively, on the dependent variable of student self-regulation.

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