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Socialworkmag 2018, 6(4): 43-50 Back to browse issues page
The Effectiveness of Self-Efficacy Training on Self-Esteem and Achievement Motivation in Women with Disabilities of Welfare Organization of Khoramabad City
Kolsuoum Kariminejad1, Leila Mansouri2, Masoumeh Movahedi3, Hossein Hosseini4
1- Department of consulting, faculty of psychology and educational sciences, Chamran University.
2- Department of psychology, faculty of literature and humanity sciences, Lorestan university. , L_mansouri@ymail.com
3- Research center of social factors affecting the health, Lorestan university of medical sciences.
4- Department of psychology, faculty of literature and humanity sciences.
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Introduction: Physical disabilities are part of the wider range of disabilities and defined as a group of disabilities that prevent people to effectively use their organs or their parts at least for six months. The present study was administered to investigate the effectiveness of self-efficacy training on self-esteem and achievement motivation in women with disabilities of welfare organization of Khoramabad city. 
Methods: Present study was experimental design with pretest, posttest and a control group. The statistical population of this study consisted of all women with physical disabilities of welfare organization of Khoramabad in 2014. Among them one hundred twenty female were selected through convenient sampling method and completed self-esteem and achievement motivation questionnaires, twenty-four subjects with physical disabilities were selected and randomly assigned to experimental and control groups. The experimental group received self-efficacy training for ten ninety minutes sessions, once a week and the control group did not receive any intervention. The data were analyzed by applying SPSS-20 and multivariable covariance analysis method.
Results: The results showed that there was a significant difference between the mean scores of experimental and control groups at posttest. It is concluded that self-efficacy training can increase the self-esteem and achievement motivation among women with physical disabilities at posttest. (P<0/001)
Conclusions: Based on the findings it can be said that self-efficacy training is one of the most important and influential factors in increasing the self-esteem and achievement motivation of women with physical disabilities. So according to the study results, it is recommended to counselors and planners of the health filed to employ and apply self-efficacy training as one of the useful therapeutic training to increase self-esteem and achievement motivation of persons with disabilites. So it seems to be necessary to focus on psychological treatments to increase the mental health of physically disabled people.
Keywords: Self-Efficacy Training, Self-Esteem, Achievement Motivation, Disability
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/07/5 | Accepted: 2018/07/22 | Published: 2018/07/22
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Kariminejad K, Mansouri L, Movahedi M, Hosseini H. The Effectiveness of Self-Efficacy Training on Self-Esteem and Achievement Motivation in Women with Disabilities of Welfare Organization of Khoramabad City. Socialworkmag. 2018; 6 (4) :43-50
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