Document Type : Original Article
The Role of Spiritual Intelligence, Problem- solving style and Perfectionism in Prediction of Psychological well- being of Teachers Abstract: Aim: This study investigation The Role of Intelligence, Problem- solving and Perfectionism in Prediction of Psychological well- being of city School Teachers Alashtar. Methods: The method of The study was descriptive- correlational and the statistical population was all high school teachers of Alashtar city size of 350 individual which 100 individual were selected from among their by cluster sampling. To collect data, Questionnaires the spiritual intelligence (SISRI-24), Terry -Shortś Perfectionism, Cassidy & Longś problem- solving styles (1996) and Ryffś Psychological Well- being Inventory were used. Data obtained were analyzed using Pearson's correlation coefficients and multiple regression analysis. Rseults: Findings indicate that spiritual intelligence, positive problem- solving styles and positive perfectionism was positively and meaningful related to psychological well- being (P0/001). Also regression analysis showed that variables negative perfectionism, positive perfectionism and positive problem- solving styles explaind 0/33 of variance in psychological well- being. Conclusion: Since the task of educating and nurturing teachers, students and active military are responsible for their potential in the right direction, so there problem in psychological well- being and self-efficacy can affect their job performance and they influence the future course of learning and transfer. So the positive problem- solving styles, spiritual intelligence and perfectionism increase the welfare of teachers, provide strategies in order to develop the characteristics of teacher is proposed.