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The Causal Relationship between Mindfulness and Perceived Stress with Mediating Role of Self-efficacy, Emotional Intelligence and Personality Traits among University Students

@inproceedings{Heidari2016TheCR,
  title={The Causal Relationship between Mindfulness and Perceived Stress with Mediating Role of Self-efficacy, Emotional Intelligence and Personality Traits among University Students},
  author={Mehrnoosh Heidari and Zekrollah Morovati},
  year={2016}
}
ISSN 1860-3122 357 Abstract The purpose of present study was to examine the casual relationship between mindfulness and perceived stress with mediating role of self-efficacy, emotional intelligence and personality traits among university students. The population in this study was all of the university students in Islamic Azad University of Zanjan, Iran. Who are studying in 2015-2016 academic year. From this population 250 students were selected using random stratified sampling method. The… Expand

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