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Shefaye Khatam 2014, 2(4): 20-29 Back to browse issues page
The Relationship between Spiritual and Moral Intelligence with the Meaning of Life among the Volunteers of the Emergent Reaction
Sadigheh Golipour *, Sara Haghighat, Davood Manavipour
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Garmsar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar, Iran. , Sadigheh.golipour@gmail.com
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Introduction: The volunteers of the emergent reaction are the groups of people who play a vital role after natural disasters and events. The meaning of life can have the vital role in the stability, internal motivation, and the achievement of these people during their rescue activities. The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between spiritual intelligence and moral intelligence as important variables in the meaning of life among a group of Iranian volunteers of the emergent reaction in 2013-2014. Materials and Methods: The research population includes all the volunteers of emergency reaction in Shahr-e Rey, Tehran, Iran. The research sample included 184 men and women who were selected by multistage random sampling method. To measure the variables, spiritual intelligence, moral intelligence, and the meaning of life questionnaires were used. Pearson correlation, multivariate regressions analyses, and T-tests were used for statistical analysis of the data. Results: The results revealed a significant positive relationship between the meaning of life and spiritual intelligence as well as the meaning of life and moral intelligence. The results were exposed that spiritual intelligence explains 5.6 percent of the observed difference in the meaning of life among men and 18.6 among women. In addition, moral intelligence explains the variation of life meaning among 13.2% of men and 6.8% of women. There was no significant relationship between spiritual intelligence, moral intelligence, and meaning of life between men and women. Conclusion: These data suggest the crucial role of spiritual and moral intelligence with the meaning of life in the volunteers of the emergent reaction.

Keywords: Intelligence, Morals, Life, Volunteers.
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Golipour S, Haghighat S, Manavipour D. The Relationship between Spiritual and Moral Intelligence with the Meaning of Life among the Volunteers of the Emergent Reaction. Shefaye Khatam. 2014; 2 (4) :20-29
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