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Journal of Psychiatric Nursing
Objectives: The aim of the current research was to study the relationship between resilience, personal attachment to God, and the level of hope in mothers of children with a specific learning disability (SLD). Methods: The study sample consisted of 131 mothers of children with a diagnosed SLD in the city of Tabriz, Iran, in 2018. The Conner-Davidson Resilience Scale, the Attachment to God Inventory developed by Rowatt and Kirkpatrick, and Snyder's Adult Hope Scale were administered to the participants. Results: The results showed a significant positive correlation between hope and both resilience and a secure attachment style to God, as well as a significant negative correlation between hope and avoidant and anxious attachment to God. Conclusion: Concurrent regression analysis revealed that among the variables related to resilience and secure, anxious, and avoidant attachment, only resilience predicted hope. Resilience training for this group of parents as well as additional research designed to yield evidence-based practices related to the attachment to God variable in the area of special educational needs appears to potentially be of substantial value.
Attachment to God, children with specific learning disability, hope, mothers, resilience
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Nemati, Shahrooz; Shojaeian, Nazila; Deetjen-Ruiz, Rukiya; Kaurav, Rahul Pratapsingh; Badri, Rahim; and Khani, Zahra, "Resilience, attachment to God, and hope in mothers of children with a specific learning disability" (2022). All Works. 5342.
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