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This study of the scheme cognitive and emotional processing to predict compatibility female students are coping with defiance disorder. This is a descriptive study of the type of solidarity. The population are consisted of all high school students in the city of Ardabil in 1393. The number of available sampling method was 180 students that have a high score on the checklist were coping defiance disorder, were identified. To collect data from the short form Yang schema questionnaire (SQ-SF), emotional processing measurement scale (EPS), the compatibility questionnaire for students (AISS) and disregard disorder coping checklist was used. Research data using Pearson correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysis were analysed. The results showed that the areas of cognitive schemas (r=-0.23) and emotional processing (r=-0.32) the compatibility of the students there in defiance disorder (p<0.001). The results of multiple regression analysis showed that 7.7% of the variance in emotional processing and cognitive schema compatibility student’s defiance disorder is anticipated. As a result of cognitive schemas can be expressed in the emotional processing of the bottom can be used to predict the adaptability of students rated with defiance disorder.
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