عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: The present study was administrated to determine the effectiveness of social skills, training on promoting the theory of mind in aggressive adolescents. Method: The statistical population consisted of male students of high schools in Bukan city in the academic year of 2014. The statistical sample included 40 students who had higher scores after completing the Buss and Perry Aggression Questionnaire. These students took part in the theory of mind test as well. The collected data were analyzed using the statistical test of multivariate variance. Resultss: The results of multivariate variance analysis indicated that social skills training in experimental group had a significant effect on promoting the theory of mind and decreasing aggression. It can be claimed that social skills training leads to decrease of aggression in adolescents.
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