عنوان مقاله [English]
The main purpose of this study was to investigate The relationship between attachment styles, social support and copping styles with psychological resiliency in groups with grief experience. The population of this study was Ardabil city mourners. 250 mourners from this community were selected through non-specific sampling method. The instruments of this study were Luthanz psychological capital questionnaire (2006), Attachment Styles Scale (Hazan and Shaver, 1987), Social Support Questionnaire (1998), and Adison & Associates Conflict Styles Questionnaire (2007). Data were analyzed by SPSS software version 22 and Amos, by correlation and path analysis. The findings of this study showed that there is not significant relationship between attachment styles and psychological resiliency in people with grief experience. the relationship between family support with resiliency was significant, but there was no significant relationship between friends and others support with resiliency. There was a direct and significant correlation between problem-focused coping with resiliency in grieved people. results showed that secure and ambivalent attachment styles and social support can predict resiliency by mediating role of coping styles. Totally, results shown that research model based on the relationship between attachment styles, social support and copping styles with psychological resiliency in peoples with grief experience has a good fitness.
Keywords: Attachment styles, Social support, Coping styles, Resiliency, grief experience