Document Type : Research Paper
PhD, Islamic Azad University, Roudehen Branch, Department of Psychology, Roudehen, Iran
BA, Islamic Azad University, Roudehen Branch, Department of Psychology, Roudehen, Iran
Introduction: The present study aimed at examining the relationship between identity styles and marital satisfaction of spouses in Tehran.
Materials and Methods: The descriptive-correlational method was used. The population included all spouses in Tehran in 2015. Form among the population, a sample of 150 individuals (75 men and 75 women) were selected through cluster sampling. To measure the variables under study, ENRICH marital satisfaction scale as well as Berzonsky’s identity style scale were used.
Results:The results indicated that only the correlation coefficient of commitment in processed identity and marital satisfaction is significant at the 99% confidence level (r= 0.34).
Conclusion: The results revealed that higher the commitment of the spouses in processed identity, the more they will bee satisfied with their marriage.