Contemporary Studies in Social Sciences

Volume 1 - Issue 2 (3) | PP: 120 - 132 Language : العربية

Cognitive Biases among Divorced Women According to Some Variables

Fawwaz Ayoub Momani ,
Hind Ghazi Al- Mhalhel
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
3/10/2023 18/10/2023 4/11/2023 13/12/2023
Objectives: The purpose of the current study is to investigate the cognitive biases among divorced women in northern Badia at Mafraq governorate according to (age, post, educational level and number of children) variables. The sample of the study consisted of (415) divorced women. Methods: To achieve the aims of the study; the Davos Assessment of Cognitive Biases Scale: DCOBS was administrated. The study revealed that the there is an average level of cognitive biases on the scale as a whole and on its sub-domains. Results: There are significant statistical differences for cognitive biases on the domains of (beliefs inflexibility, external attribution, social knowledge problems, subjective cognitive problems and safe behaviors) attributed to the job variable in favor of non-working divorced women. Moreover, there were significant statistical differences for the cognitive biases in educational qualification category (third secondary grade and less) among the divorced women on the scale as a whole and its sub-domains. Conclusions: Based on the findings, the researchers recommended conducting more specialized studies regarding cognitive biases and their relationship to variables related to divorced women, such as: personality traits, psychological resilience, and family resilience.

How To Cite This Article
Momani , F. A.& Mhalhel , H. G. A. (2023). Cognitive Biases among Divorced Women According to Some Variables . Contemporary Studies in Social Sciences, 1 (2), 120-132,

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