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        1 - The Role of Islamic Life Adherence, Marital Intimacy, and Attitude toward Infidelity in Predicting Marital Commitment
        Nezamoddin Ghasemi Mohamad Hosein Zareii Maede Ayati Behnaz Ertezaii
        The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of Islamic lifestyle adherence, marital intimacy and attitude towards infidelity in predicting marital commitment of married women in Isfahan. This is a descriptive-analytical study in the field of correlation and r Full Text
        The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of Islamic lifestyle adherence, marital intimacy and attitude towards infidelity in predicting marital commitment of married women in Isfahan. This is a descriptive-analytical study in the field of correlation and regression studies. The statistical population includes all married women of Isfahan city with at least 2 years and up to 3 years of marriage in winter of 1397. Using the available sampling method, 39 married women were selected and the Kaviani Islamic Lifestyle Questionnaire (ILST), Marital Intimacy Needs (Bagarozzi,2014) , Mark Wattley's Infidelity Attitude (2006) and Adams & Jones Marital Commitment (DCI) were used. Data were analyzed using SPSS-24 software and simultaneous regression. The results showed that between Islamic lifestyle and marital intimacy (r = 0/296 and sig = 0/067), Islamic lifestyle and marital commitment (r = 0/47 and sig = 0/003), marital intimacy and marital commitment (r = 0/688, Sig = 0.000), There was a significant positive relationship (P <0.01) and also between the Islamic lifestyle and attitude to infidelity (r = -0/37 and sig=0/021 ), Marital intimacy, and attitude to infidelity (r = -0/396 and sig=0/013 )and attitude to infidelity and marital commitment (r = -0/443 and sig=0/005 ) have a significant negative relationship (P <0.01). The results of regression analysis showed that the three variables of an Islamic lifestyle, marital intimacy and attitude to infidelity, can explain 1% of the variance in marital commitment (P <0.01). In addition to the Islamic lifestyle, marital intimacy (Sig = 0.000 and Sig = 0.042) had a significant relationship with marital commitment, and the magnitude of this effect is (Beta = 0.257 and Beta = 0/562). A: It can be said that adherence to a lifestyle based on Islamic teachings is also related to increasing marital intimacy and improving attitudes to infidelity and marital commitment. Manuscript Document