مقايسه پيشرفت تحصيلي و ويژگي هاي دموگرافيک دانشجويان مبتلا به OCD و دانشجويان بهنجار دانشگاههاي اردبيل

صادقی موحد, فریبا and مولوی, پرویز and مهری, سعید and آقازاده, مینا (1395) مقايسه پيشرفت تحصيلي و ويژگي هاي دموگرافيک دانشجويان مبتلا به OCD و دانشجويان بهنجار دانشگاههاي اردبيل. در: 5th Basic and Clinical Neurociense Congress, Dec 7-9, 2016, Tehran - Iran.


Persian Abstract

زمينه و هدف: اختلال وسواس فکري عملي، يک اختلال اضطرابي مزمن است که با اشتغال ذهني مفرط در مورد نظم و ترتيب و امور جزئي و همچنين کمال‌طلبي همراه است. مطالعه حاضر با هدف بررسي ارتباط بين پيشرفت تحصيلي و بيماري اختلال وسواسي فکري و عملي در بين دانشجويان دانشگاه هاي اردبيل انجام پذيرفت. روش کار: مطالعه حاضر از نوع توصيفي – مقطعي بود که بر روي 300 دانشجوي دانشگاه هاي اردبيل انجام شد. روش نمونه گيري به صورت خوشه اي بوده و هر رشته به عنوان يک خوشه در نظر گرفته شده و از رشته ها و دانشگاه هاي مختلف انتخاب شدند. ابزار گرد آوري اطلاعات يک پرسشنامه جهت تشخيص بيماران اختلال وسواسي و نيز يک چک ليست مربوط به سنجش پيشرفت تحصيلي و مشخصات دموگرافيک بود. پس از جمع آوري اطلاعات، داده هاي بدست آمده مورد تجزيه و تحليل قرار گرفتند. يافته ها: در اين مطالعه ميانگين سني شرکت کنندگان 74/5± 60/26 سال و 7/64 درصد زن بودند. ميانگين معدل دانشجويان نيز 48/15 محاسبه گرديد. 7/58 درصد افراد داراي افکار وسواسي جبري بودند. همچنين تحليل داده ها نشان داد که افراد داراي افکار وسواسي جبري ميانگين معدل بالاتري نسبت به ساير افراد دارند و اين يافته از نظر آماري معني دار بود (P=0.000) ولي ارتباط معني داري ميان سن و جنسيت افراد با وجود افکار وسواسي جبري مشاهده نشد. نتيجه گيري: در اين مطالعه مشاهده شد که افکار وسواسي جبري از شيوع بسيار بالاتري نسبت به ساير مطالعات برخوردار است و افراد با اين افکار در تحصيلشان موفق تر مي باشند که اين عامل احتمالا به دليل نحوه درس خواندنشان مي باشد.


Comparison of between student achievement and demographic characteristics of student with OCD and normal schools of Ardabil universities

English Abstract

Background and Objective: OCD is a chronic anxiety disorder is an excessive preoccupation with the trivial matters of discipline and perfection seeking is well. Research shows that between one and three percent of the population may be suffering from OCD. In this study we investigated the relationship between academic achievement and OCD among students. Methods: This study was done on 300 university students. Students form a cluster and each cluster is considered as a sequence of different disciplines and universities were selected. To each of the students a questionnaire to identify patients with OCD as well as a list of Czech assess achievement and demographic characteristics of the patients were delivered. After filling out the questionnaire, patients who had diagnostic criteria for DSM 4 was selected. Academic achievement and demographic data extracted separately and these patients were compared with healthy subjects. Results: In this study, data on 300 students with an average age of 26.60 year was a 64.7% of the population is comprised of women and other men. 72% of subjects were single and half the 0.28 percent Wiki resident studying in the fields of science (non-medical) and 63% were undergraduates. 37.7 of the first child and 37.3 of a 4-person family lived. 48% had a moderate income households. Average grade students 15.48 were calculated. The answer to those questions was a 58.7% of people with OCD have obsessive thoughts. The data analysis showed that persons with OCD thoughts mean more than others, and this has had a statistically significant (P = 0.000) the age of significant association (P = 0.899) and gender (P = 0.899) was observed with OCD thoughts. Conclusions: In this study it was observed that the prevalence of OCD thoughts are much higher than in other studies and these ideas are more successful in their studies with these agents is probably due to reading lessons.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
زبان سند : انگلیسی
نویسنده اول :فریبا صادقی موحد
نویسنده :پرویز مولوی
نویسنده :سعید مهری
Uncontrolled Keywords:اختلال وسواس فکري عملي، پيشرفت تحصيلي، دانشجو
کلیدواژه ها (انگلیسی):Academic achievement, Student, OCD
Subjects:WM Psychiatry
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Dermatology , Psychiatry , Neurology
ID Code:8222
Deposited By: Dr saeid mehri
Deposited On:28 Sep 1395 06:42
Last Modified:28 Sep 1395 06:42

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