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Einipour J, Vahedi S, Hashemi T. Investigation of Relationship Among Emotional Control, Cognitive Emotional Regulation and Obsessive Beliefs in High School Girl Students of Rasht. Advances in Cognitive Sciences 2013; 15 (2) :63-71
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1- Educational Psychology of Tabriz University, Tabriz, Iran.
2- Educational Psychology, Assistant Prof. of Tabriz University, Tabriz, Iran.
Abstract:   (3059 Views)
Objective: The current investigation studied the cross-relationship between the Emotional Control, Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Obsessive Beliefs amongst high school female students in Rasht city.
Method: the study sample comprised 302 girl students from governmental sector schools of Rasht city whom were selected through the cluster random sampling method. The instruments which were employed in this correlation study included the Emotional Control, Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Obsessive Belief Questionnaires.
Results: the obtained data analyzed by the stepwise multiple regression method showed four significant steps predicting the obsessive beliefs. In first place, self-blame showed the most significant relation with obsessive beliefs (β=0.37). In the second step, self-blame (β=0.27) and acceptance (β=0.20) were the most important predictive factors for the obsessive beliefs. In the third step, self-blame (β=0.25), acceptance (β=0.17) and rehearsal (β=0.13) revealed an 18% variance of criterion variables and in the last step, the four mostly predictive variables were the self-blame (β=0.24), acceptance (β=0.13), rehearsal (β=0.16) and reappraisal (β=0.12).
Conclusion: The current survey suggested that obsessive beliefs retain a notable relationship with self-blame. Moreover, self-blame, acceptance, rehearsal and reappraisal appeared to be the most relevant predictive variables for the obsessive beliefs.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2013/02/19 | Accepted: 2013/04/21 | Published: 2013/06/22

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