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1- M.Sc, Department of Clinical Psychology, Shiraz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Shiraz, Iran
2- , omidvarpsy@gmail.com
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The aim of this study was to predict the characteristics of borderline personality organization based on childhood trauma and family emotional atmosphere in drug addicts.
This study was a predictive correlation in terms of its basic purpose and based on how to obtain the required data. The statistical population of the present study included all individuals with drug abuse disorders referred to addiction treatment centers in Shiraz, from which 123 people were selected as a sample size using multi-stage cluster random sampling; In such a way that one of the different areas of Shiraz city accidentally and among it males with substance abuse disorder referring to addiction treatment centers and green, Hafez, new life, school and living again located in Shiraz city (to 123 people were selected. The sample group was assessed by distributing the Leishringer Borderline Personality Disorder Questionnaire (1999), the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ) by Bernstein et al. (2003), and the Hill Berne Family Emotional Atmosphere Questionnaire (1964). The collected data were analyzed at two levels (descriptive statistics and inferential statistics). At the statistical level, mean and standard deviation were used, and at the inferential statistical level, multivariate regression was used simultaneously. The results indicate that childhood trauma and the emotional atmosphere of the family are able to predict the characteristics of the borderline personality organization.
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Type of Study: Research Article | Subject: Medicine & Clinical Sciences
Received: 2021/06/20 | Accepted: 2021/05/31 | Published: 2021/05/31

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