عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this research was investigate the effect of social skills training on subjective well-being, health adjustment and social function of students. This study was a quasi-experimental with a pre-test and post-test design and with experimental and control groups. The population of study was all boy secondary school students in Tehran 5th region in 2016-17 academic years that from them 60 person selected by voluntary sampling method and randomly divided to two equal group. The experimental group trained eight 90-minute sessions to group social skills. Groups completed the questionnaires of subjective well-being (Keyes & Magyar-Moe, 2003), health adjustment (Bell, 1961) and social function (Forsyth & et al, 1999) in the pre-test and post-test steps. Data was analyzed with multivariate analysis of covariance method. The findings showed social skills training led to significant increase subjective well-being, health adjustment and social function of students (P<0/01). Therefore, the results indicate the importance of social skills training in increasing subjective well-being, health adjustment and social function of students. As a result, it is suggested that counselors and therapists use from social skills training method to improve the psychological characteristics of students.