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Research in Psychology and Behavioral Sciences. 2019, 7(1), 1-4
DOI: 10.12691/rpbs-7-1-1
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Parent's Spiritual Intelligence as Predictor of Adolescents Psychological Safety

Boshra A. Arnout1, , Ahed J. Alkhatib2, Dina E. Abdel Rahman3 and Slavica Pavlovic4

1Department of Psychology, King Khalid University, Zagazig University, Egypt

2Department of Legal Medicine, Toxicology of Forensic Science and Toxicology, School of Medicine, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan, International Mariinskaya Academy, Department of philosophy, Academician Secretary of Department of Sociology

3Department of Psychology, Port said University, Egypt

4Faculty of Science and Education, University of Mostar

Pub. Date: August 16, 2019

Cite this paper:
Boshra A. Arnout, Ahed J. Alkhatib, Dina E. Abdel Rahman and Slavica Pavlovic. Parent's Spiritual Intelligence as Predictor of Adolescents Psychological Safety. Research in Psychology and Behavioral Sciences. 2019; 7(1):1-4. doi: 10.12691/rpbs-7-1-1

Abstract

This study aimed to examine the relationship between parents' spiritual intelligence and adolescents psychological safety, and to detect the differences in parents' spiritual intelligence and adolescents due to parents work or not work. A researcher selected a randomly sample consisted of 120 students (73 boys and 47 girls), their ages between 16-22 year, the mean age was 18.84 ± 2.16 years. And the sample of parents consisted of 68 fathers and 52 mothers which age range is between 40-55 year, and the mean age was 47.35 ± 4.38 years. Data were collected by spiritual intelligence scale which applied on the sample of parents and psychological safety questionnaire applied on adolescents sample. The results showed that parents' spiritual intelligence is powerful predictor of adolescents psychological safety accounted for 84.1% variance in their psychological safety. Also there were no significant statistical differences in parents' spiritual intelligence and adolescents psychological safety due to parents work or not work.

Keywords:
parents spiritual intelligence psychological safety

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