Modeling Academic Emotions based on the Quality of Parent-Child Relationships Mediated by the Psychological Capital

Nazanin Mohammadi; Soghra Ebrahimi Ghavam; Fariborz Dortaj

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022, Pages 7-18

  The current study aimed to propose a model for academic emotions based on the quality of parent-child relationships by the mediation of the psychological capital. It was conducted as a descriptive-correlation study and the data were analyzed using the structural equation modeling. The statistical population ...  Read More

The Effectiveness of Group Counseling of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy on Internet Addiction and Cognitive Emotion Regulation in High School Students

Hossein Ilanloo; Sedigheh Ahmadi; Kianoosh Zahrakar; Elvira Cicognani

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022, Pages 19-28

  The present study aimed to explore the effectiveness of group counseling of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy on internet addiction and cognitive emotion regulation in high school students. The research design was quasi-experimental and pretest-posttest type and a two-month follow-up with a control ...  Read More

How Task Types and Cognitive Styles Make a Difference: Metadiscourse Units and EFL Learners' Oral Production Linguistic Complexity

Rajab Esfandiari; Omid Allaf-Akbary

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022, Pages 29-41

  Many scholars have long contributed to making the instruction of oral production more effectively. This study compared three task types (information-gap, reasoning-gap, and opinion-gap tasks) and two cognitive styles (field-independence and field-dependence) regarding their effects on English as a foreign ...  Read More

The Effect of Web-Based Games on Facilitating and Enhancing Reading and Writing Skills in Learning English

Kobra Bayatpour; Hammid Reza Maghami; Nasrin Mohammad Hassani

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022, Pages 43-54

  This study aimed to evaluate the effect of web-based games on facilitating and enhancing reading and writing skills in learning English vocabulary. The research employed a pre-test and post-test experimental design with a control and an experiential group. Thirty-six elementary students at fourth, fifth, ...  Read More

The Effect of Visual and Auditory Accuracy Training Strategies on Improving the Reading Performance of Second-Year Elementary Students with Dyslexia in Sabzevar

Hassan Bagheri nia; Gholam reza Zareian; Seyed Ahmad Mohammadi Hoseini; Zahra Ejadi

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022, Pages 55-62

  In the present study, the effect of visual and auditory accuracy training strategies on improving reading performance in second-grade dyslexic students was investigated. The statistical population of this study was estimated to be 900 second grade elementary school students with dyslexia in Sabzevar ...  Read More

Problem-based E-learning on students’ learning and academic efficacy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Mehdi Badali; Parvin Mirzaei; Nazanin Shafieifar; Hoda Assadi

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022, Pages 63-70

  In early 2020, the coronavirus outbreak compelled higher education institutions worldwide to cancel campus-based teaching and conduct a variety of electronic learning which led to assessment of the quality of e-learning and its results, such as learning and self-efficacy. Thus, this study aimed to determine ...  Read More

Investigating the Effect of Promotional Gifts on Customer Attitude and Observational Learning; A Case Study of Ofogh Koorosh Store

Valimohammad Darini

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022, Pages 71-83

  Promotional gift is one of the tools to promote non-monetary sales including various dimensions which can affect the attitude of customers and ultimately their intention to buy. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of promotional gifts on customer attitude and observational learning. ...  Read More