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Islamic Azad University, Bandargaz , homaiony@gmail.com
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Introduction: Bullying is a kind of low-level violence that has recently attracted the attention of researchers and psychologists in the field. The purpose of this study was to investigate the modeling of structural relationships between Alexithymia and bullying with the role of mediator of students' adaptationin             students.
M ethods: Correlational research based on structural equation modeling technique, in particular regression equations (combining path analysis and factor analysis Second level). The statistical population consisted of all female students of the Humanities Department of Payame Noor University of Sari in the academic year of 2018-19. In this research, 401 students were selected as a sample by multistage cluster random sampling. Data gathering tools were Patchin and Hendowjah's Bullying Questionnaire (2011), Emergency Neural Network (1994), Baker and Siriac compatibility (1984).
Resulth: The findings showed that the research model was confirmed and in general, 36 percent of students' bullying could be explained by student Alexithymia and student adaptation. Also, Alexithymia and student adaptation variables have a direct direct effect on students 'bullying. Emotional neural pathology has an indirect effect on students' bullying, with regard to student interpersonal mediation.
Conclusion: The results of this study emphasized the importance of Alexithymia with regard to the quality of student compatibility., which can provide practical implications for reducing the level of bullying to counselors and psychologists, and considering the findings of the study can be used to reduce the incidence rate. Bullying among students has led to increased levels of academic compatibility as well as identification and correction of students' Alexithymia.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/06/12 | Accepted: 2019/08/5 | Published: 2020/04/26

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