عنوان مقاله [English]
The concept of lifestyle encompasses a wide range of objective and subjective matters, including patterns of social relations, entertainment, consumption, fashion and clothing, attitudes, values, and worldview. This study aimed to predict lifestyle based on spiritual intelligence and moral intelligence in students. The method used in this research was a descriptive correlation of structural equations. The statistical population of this study was all 246 first-grade high school students in Yazd who were randomly selected. The instruments used in this study were the Lifestyle Questionnaire (LSQ), 70 questions with subscales of physical health, exercise and health, weight control and nutrition, disease prevention, mental health, spiritual health, social health, drug avoidance, drugs, and alcohol, Was accident prevention and environmental health. The 40-item Moral Intelligence Questionnaire (MCI) consisted of 10 indicators. The last questionnaire of the Stevens Spiritual Intelligence Questionnaire consists of 42 items of 5 options, moral intelligence has a positive and significant effect on lifestyle (P <0.001). The effect of spiritual intelligence on lifestyle has been stronger than moral intelligence. The variables of moral intelligence and spiritual intelligence, in total, explain 34% of the variance of lifestyle. Fitting indices also indicated the desirability of the structural equation model. The result is that lifestyle is predicted based on spiritual and moral intelligence.