عنوان مقاله [English]
In order to inquire about users’ attitudes of research findings, some forms of use of findings were studied, which entitled Utilization Models, and identified four major models including; Linear Translation Model, Problem solving Model, Enlightenment Model, and Interaction Model. Then, three groups of users including teachers, experts, and administrators were compared. Data was gathered from 181 users by a researcher made questionnaire. The sample was selected from 8 districts and Education Organization of Tehran Province by multistage sampling. Data was analyzed by paired-sample t-test in each group. Results revealed that users had positive attitudes toward interaction, linear translation, problem solving, and enlightenment models, respectively. There was no difference of orders of models between users’ groups except significance between them. That is, all of observed differences were significant in administrators’ answers, but there was no significant difference between linear translation and interactive models and also between problem solving and enlightenment models in researchers and experts answers. In addition, the difference between linear translation model and interactive model was not significant. Results showed that interactive and linear translation models were more important models in users’ view. Enlightenment model had the lowest attitudes, so due to its benefits, it should be introduced to users of research findings.