عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between perceived control behavior and bullying behavior, and study of mediating role of failure to satisfy psychological needs and anger between them.
Method: 480 subjects selected from Tehrans student by random cluster sampling. All subjects answered to failure to satisfy psychological needs (Bartholomew, 2011), perceived control behavior (Bartholomew, 2011) and anger-bullying (Bosworth, 1999) questionnaires. For analyzing data structural equation modeling with LISREL software was used.
Results: Results showed a direct effect of non-satisfaction of psychological needs on anger and bullying is a significant positive. Anger has positive and significant impact on bullying. Given the negative effect of condition, intimidation and control over the behavior of the non-satisfaction of psychological needs is positive and significant. But the effect of controlling praise/reward on the non-satisfaction of psychological needs is not significant. Indirect negative impact of contingent consideration, intimidation and control over anger and bullying behavior is positive and significant. Direct effect on bullying is positive and significant non-satisfaction of psychological needs.
Conclusions: Overall results of perceived control behavior to fulfill psychological needs of anger and violence underscored deals.