Comparison of Cluster C personality disorders in couples with normal divorce
The main purpose of this study was to compare personality disorders in Cluster C with normal couples divorce. In this cross-sectional study.The study population consisted of men and women seeking divorce Urmia in 2010, which was referred to the offices of the two groups, men and women seeking divorce (33 males and 33 females) in normal men and women, (33 male, and 33 women) who were to survive, were studied. In fact, 66 students (33 males and 33 females) and the average number of couples (33 male and 33 female) were selected according to age and education. In this study, to collect non-probabilistic of divorce available for sampling were used. Also purposeful sampling was used to select individuals. To collect data from a pivotal clinical questionnaire was 3 million. For two-way analysis of variance was used to analyze the data. The results showed that the rate of cluster B personality disorder is more common in people divorce than people. Meanwhile, the findings showed that the personality disorder group C, there is no significant difference between men and women.
Keywords: Personality Disorders; Cluster C; Divorce