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- ItemTHE LEVEL OF IRRATIONAL THOUGHTS AND IT’S RELATIONSHIP TO PSYCHOLOGICAL SECURITY, SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT, AND QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG AN-NAJAH NATIONAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS(جامعة النجاح الوطنية, 2022-07-28) Hamdi Al-Bazian, YazanThis study aims to recognize the level of Irrational thoughts and its relationship to Psychological security, Social Adjustment, and the Quality of life Among An-Najah National University Students. This research relies on the descriptive correlational approach to extract its results. The study population include the students of An-Najah National University, and an accessible random sample is select that consist of 200 male and female students from the original research community. Four criteria are applied in the study: the Irrational thoughts scale, the Psychological security scale the Social Adjustment scale, and the Quality of life scale. The study sums up that the level of Irrational thoughts among An-Najah National University students is middle, and the existence of a statistically significant inverse correlation between the level of Irrational thoughts and Psychological security among them. Also, there is a statistically significant inverse correlation between the level of Irrational thoughts and the GPA, grade point average. Whereas there is no relationship with the rest of the variables (social adaptation and Quality of life). The study came out with several recommendations, the most important of which are, working to enhance rational thinking among students through programs that serve the process of strengthening this thinking across the various university platforms, and building specialized counseling programs in universities on problem-solving skills for university students, and improving their behavior, which It enhances the level of rational thoughts, and his sense of psychological security, in addition to including this in educational curricula at universities