INDIVIDUAL, FAMILIAL, AND SOCIAL FACTORS EFFECTIVE ON THE EXPERIENCE OF LOVE FAILURE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
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The present research was aimed to identify the factors effective on love failure. To this end, the systematic
review method was used. The study population included all the national and international written references
(printed/electronic) on love failure that were accessible and retrievable through national and international
informational databases. After determining the inclusion criteria (published from 2000 up to now; researches
published in full text format and in reliable publications; empirical and review studies) and doing the
screening and evaluation of the papers, 29 articles were selected. By a systematic review of the research
literature and based on the conducted systematic review, personality characteristics, attachment styles, and
maladaptive schemas as three important individual factors, parenting styles as an important family factor,
and perceived social support as an important social factor, were selected as the factors effecting love failure.
The impact process and the role of each one of these variables on love failure were discussed.
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