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Relationship between Marital Adjustment and Irrational Beliefs in Women and Non-cosmetic Surgery

This study aimed to investigate and compare relationship marital adjustment and irrational beliefs of women with and without cosmetic surgery. This study is kind of comparative and correlative ones. The population of the study consisted of all women with and without cosmetic surgery in Tehran city and the sampling method was purposeful and convenient. The sample was 208 people include 100 women with cosmetic surgery and 100 women without cosmetic surgery. The instruments of this study include Spanier's marital adjustment (1976) and irrational marital beliefs of Jones (DAS). The data of the study analyzed after extraction for two groups with analysis of variance and multiple regression of independent t test. The results showed that quantity of irrational beliefs of women with cosmetic surgery is more than women without cosmetic surgery. In addition results indicated that quantity marital adjustment of women without cosmetic surgery is more than women with cosmetic surgery.


Soraya Gonji, Abolghasem Khoshkonesh, Taghi Pourebrahim

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