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Effectiveness of Gottman's Psycho Educational Intervention on Constructive Communication among Married Women

@inproceedings{Deylami2015EffectivenessOG,
  title={Effectiveness of Gottman's Psycho Educational Intervention on Constructive Communication among Married Women},
  author={Neda Deylami and Siti Aishah Hassan},
  year={2015}
}
A married woman with the low communication skills has low level of their marital quality. The training of marital communication can help them to achieve a positive marriage, and can prevent marital ills, and divorce. The purpose of this experimental study was to evaluate the effect of Gottman’s psycho educational training on constructive communication among 72 Iranian married women. They were evaluated with Communication Pattern Questionnaire. The results of repeated measure ANOVA revealed… 

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