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The Role of Personality Characteristics and Marital Interaction Stability in the Prediction of Marital Disaffection with mediating Sexual Self-efficacy in Married Women
Delniya Sheykhesmaeili * , Mohsen Golmohammadian , Seyyed Mohsen Hojjatkhah
Razi University of Kermanshah, Kermanshah, Iran , sh.delniya@gmail.com
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Introduction: Marital disaffection and sexual relationships play important roles in the physical and mental health of couples and can lead to divorces. So, the present study done with the aim to test the causal relationship model, related to the role of personality characteristics and the stability of marital interactions in the prediction of marital disaffection with mediating sexual self-efficacy in married women.
Methods: The research method is descriptive and correlation is a path analysis method. The statistical population of the study included all married women in Kermanshah who have preschool children 1395. A sample of 425 people was selected. The tools that have been used included the questionnaire of five personality factors, marital interactions stability, sexual self-efficacy and marital disaffection. Descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation coefficient, path analysis and bootstrap test were used for data analysis.
Results: The results show that the direct paths of neuroticism, agreement, responsibility, marital interactions stability and sexual self-efficacy have significant impacts on marital disaffection. The results of indirect paths also show that neuroticism and marital interactions stability have significant impacts on marital disaffection with self-efficacy mediation. All paths were meaningful at the level of 0.001. Finally, predictive variables predict 64 percent of marital disaffection together.
Conclusions: The results showed that low levels of neuroticism and marital interaction stability by increasing sexual self-efficacy reduced marital disaffection. Duo to the results of this research, to reduce the amount of divorce and increase the physical and psychological health of couples, it is suggested that experts, counselors and therapists pay more attention to the components of this study, especially sexual self-efficacy.

Keywords: Sexual Self-efficacy, Married Women, Personality Characteristics, Marital Interaction Stability, Marital Disaffection
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Type of Study: Community Health Nursing | Subject: behavioral sciences
Received: 2018/04/18 | Accepted: 2018/05/19
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Sheykhesmaeili D, Golmohammadian M, Hojjatkhah S M. The Role of Personality Characteristics and Marital Interaction Stability in the Prediction of Marital Disaffection with mediating Sexual Self-efficacy in Married Women. IJNR. 2019; 13 (5) :59-68
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