A Study of the Relationship between Resiliency, Religious Belief and Post Menstruation Symptoms among Single College Students

Volume 1 - Issue 4
Esmaeil Sadri Damirchi Pourya Yazdizadeh Behnoush Sabayan
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The current research study of the relationship between resilience, religious belief and post menstrual symptoms (PMS) among single college students in Ahvaz, Iran. The average age of participants in this study was between 18-28 years. A sample of 230 college students were selected in Ahvaz. A 25 item questioner was developed using the ALPORT model for measuring religious beliefs and a 22 item PMS questioner was used for measuring post menstruation symptoms descriptive statistic and the Pearson correlation coefficient was used for analyzing the results and the analysis was carried out at a significant difference of (0.01) .The results showed significant negative correlation between resilience and PMS. The higher the students resilience, the rate of PMS decreased. The relationship between religious belief and PMS also showed a significant negative correlation.


  • Resilience
  • religious beliefs
  • post menstrual symptoms
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