Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2020
Volume: 15
Issue: 5
Page No. 150 - 156

The Effects of Object Relations and Anger on Suicidal Ideation in 18-28 Years Old Persons

Authors : Maryam Vahedi, Ziba Emamdust, Maryam Vahedi and Ziba Emamdust

Abstract: Suicide is considered one of the most important social and mental health problems in many countries. This research aims to show the effects of object relations and anger on suicidal thoughts in 28-18 years old persons. The researchers referred to Tehran University and Martyre Beheshti University to to study variables and collect data. 200 available students have been selected. The required data was gathered using questionnaire. Findings in the group of subjects with suicidal thoughts, the correlation between alienation and social incompetence, the correlation between alienation and egocentricity, the correlation between alienation and insecure attachment, correlation between insecure attachment and social incompetence and the correlation between egocentricity and incompetence have been positive. Results showed the significance of logistic regression between variables of anger and alienation in positive form and social incompetence in negative form for the capability to predict variations of suicidal thoughts. Results, anger, alienation and social incompetence are effective in the formation of suicidal thoughts. Increase in the rates of anger and alienation foresee the increase in suicidal thoughts while social impetence are related negatively to suicidal thoughts.

How to cite this article:

Maryam Vahedi, Ziba Emamdust, Maryam Vahedi and Ziba Emamdust, 2020. The Effects of Object Relations and Anger on Suicidal Ideation in 18-28 Years Old Persons. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 15: 150-156.

Design and power by Medwell Web Development Team. © Medwell Publishing 2022 All Rights Reserved