عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to examine the sample of casual relationship of diffuse-avoidant style, self-efficacy and moral intelligence with addiction potential by the intermediation of sensation seeking within male students of Shahid Chamran University in Ahvaz. The population of the study included all the male students of Shahid Chamran University in Ahvaz. A sample of 300 subjects was selected by using the multi-stage ratio random sampling method. Berzonsky Identity Styles Inventory, Schwarezer & Jerusalem Self-Efficacy Scale, Lennick & Kiel Moral Intelligence Scale, Arnett Inventory of Sensation Seeking and Iranian Addiction Potential Scale were used to measure the variants. Evaluation of the proposed model was made by path analysis. The results showed that all coefficients of the path between variants were statistically significant in the sample totally. Moreover, the direct paths of diffuse-avoidant style, self-efficacy, moral intelligence and sensation seeking to addiction potential were statistically significant. The direct paths of diffuse-avoidant style, self-efficacy and moral intelligence to sensation seeking were significant, as well. On the other side, the results revealed that the indirect relationship of diffuse-avoidant style, self-efficacy and moral intelligence with addiction potential also were significant through sensation seeking.