Document Type : Pazhoheshi- Bonyadi


1 MSc., Member of the Group and Consultation under the Guidance of Scientific Heat Payame Noor University, Bukan Center, Iran

2 MSc., Counseling, Islamic Azad University of Abhar, Iran

3 PhD Student in Counseling, Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch of Tehran, Iran


Today, marriage is one of the main challenges in Iranian society. Youth for various reasons attempt to avoid marriage and the phenomenon of delay in age at marriage not as a problem but as a problem of social and personal problems. The current study aims to investigate the effects of prolongation of celibacy period on social anxiety and psychological capital of female teachers in Boukan. As causal-comparative study (after an event), the population consisted of two groups of married and unmarried female teachers aged 45 to 25 years in 1393 were 94 school year. Married between the two groups of teachers (80) and single (80) and a total of 160 people were randomly chosen. The data of psychological capital questionnaire Mk‌Gy (2011) and social phobia list Conover and colleagues (2000) were used. Multivariate analysis of variance indicated a significant difference between two groups of female teachers aged 25 to 45 years old, married and single social anxiety and the psychological capital. So, it can be concluded that married people more than single people are above the psychological level of capital, and less social anxiety.


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