عنوان مقاله [English]
The current study was aimed to explore the effectiveness of training of spirituality based on Islamic Teachings on improving resiliency in married students. The research universe consisted of married students at Ghorveh PNU who was studying in the academic year 2015-2016. In this research, the number of 28 married students was selected through convenience sampling method. The experimental group sample was comprised of 14 students who had taken part in spirituality sessions as volunteers. The control group sample was also comprised of 14 students who did not take part in the said sessions (the number was selected through convenience sampling). The research methodology was one of semi-experimental with two experimental and control groups. The experimental group was placed under 9 two-hour sessions of spirituality, while the control group received no such intervention. To collect data, Connor and Davidson's Resiliency Questionnaire (CD-RISC) was used and to statistically analyze data, Covariance analysis was applied. Findings suggested that Islamic Teachings based spirituality training is effective in improving married students' resiliency.