Prediction of academic well-being by to self-compassion in students male high students of yasooj

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The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship of components of self-compassion with well- being. Research method is correlation and Statiscal population included the male high school students of Yasooj in academic years of 1393-94. The participants of the study were samples who were selected by multistage random sampling method. Scale of self - compassoin (neff, 2003) and well- being (Kapla & Maher, 1999) were used to measure variables of the study. The results of canonical correlation showed that a linear combination of predictive subvariables (kindness, selfjudgment, common humanity, isolation, mindfulness and over - identified) were correlate the linear combination of academic well- being components (affect at school, perceived academic efficacy and disruptive behavior). The results of regression analysis revealed that component of mindfulness positively and component of self- judgment negatively predicts the components of affect at school. Component of Common humanity was positively associated with component of perceived academic efficacy. Component of Isolation was positively associated with component of disruptive behavior. Also, component of over- identified predicts negatively component of affect at school and component of perceived academic efficacy and positively component of disruptive behavior. Component of kindness wasnot associated with components of academic well- being.