Volume 22, Issue 85 (8-2022)                   refahj 2022, 22(85): 271-300 | Back to browse issues page

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mehri K. (2022). Meta-analysis of suicide studies in Iran. refahj. 22(85), 271-300.
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Introduction: The purpose of this study is to investigate the meta-analysis of published articles on the factors affecting suicide.
Method: From 15 selected studies, appropriate statistics were recorded to calculate the effect size and other required information and with CMA2 software, the effect size was calculated and hypotheses were analyzed.
Findings: The results of the present study show that in total independent variables are identified Suicide has been effective. The value of the combined effect is 0660 (d = 0660) and is also statistically significant. Since this value is in the range of 0.8 to 0.5, it is considered moderate according to the Cohen classification. The results also show that the mean size of r related to studies that had theoretical foundations was EsrQ = 0.30 and in studies that lacked theoretical foundations was equivalent to ESrQ = 0.20. The results of the z-r difference test in the above study were 4.99.
Discussion: Shows that there is a significant difference between the size of the effects obtained. Variables such as having a theoretical basis, level of gender, marriage, self-esteem, family cohesion, early marriage, anxiety, family economic status, had a statistically significant effect on suicide. Is. Part of the research findings indicate that in the social categories, the variable of early marriage has the highest relationship with suicidal tendencies with an effect size of 0.3721, in the psychological aspects of self-esteem research has the highest relationship with suicide with an effect size of 0.6216.
Conclusion To combat suicide, one should consider increasing self-esteem, conscious marriage, self-esteem, and family cohesion
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Received: 2021/06/23 | Accepted: 2022/06/7 | Published: 2022/08/8

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