عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between thinking styles and emotional intelligence and family functioning in married women working in Tehran Children's Medical Center Hospital in autumn and winter of 1399. Method: The research method in this study is descriptive and correlational. The independent variables of thinking styles and emotional intelligence and the dependent variable is family performance research. The statistical population of the study was 181 people and the statistical sample was 121 people who were selected by random sampling method to collect information. Sternberg Thinking Style Questionnaire, Shot Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire and Family Functioning Questionnaire (FAD) were used to test the hypothesis and research objectives after examining the general and specific assumptions of descriptive and inferential statistical methods used in descriptive statistics. Mean, standard deviation, minimum and maximum in inferential statistics section, Pearson correlation test, multivariate linear regression analysis was used.
Conclusion: The results showed that there is a relationship between thinking styles and emotional intelligence with family performance in married female employees working in medical centers. There is a negative and significant relationship between emotional intelligence and family dysfunction. In other words, there is a positive and significant relationship between emotional intelligence and family functioning. There is also no significant relationship between thinking styles and family functioning. It was also shown between thinking styles and ability. Problem solving (family performance component) There is a relationship and there is no relationship between thinking and role playing styles, emotional intercourse and emotional companionship (family performance components). There is also a relationship between emotional intelligence and the ability to solve problems, role play, emotional intercourse and emotional companionship (components of family functioning (.