Record number :
2038294
Title of article :
Research on the Relationship Between, Meta Cognitive Believes, Meta Worry with Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms in Non-Clinical Populations
Author/Authors :
Aghaee، Fattane نويسنده Master of Clinical Psychology, Hormozghan University of Medical Sciences, International Branch of Qeshm, Bandar Abbas, Iran , , Yousefi، Emad نويسنده Faculty Member, Islamic Azad University, Qeshm, Iran , , Sadat barry، Narges نويسنده Clinical Psychology, University Teacher Educators, Iran , , Zanganeh، Javad نويسنده Master of Clinical Psychology, Hormozghan University of Medical Sciences, International Branch of Qeshm, Bandar Abbas, Iran ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2014
Pages :
5
From page :
135
To page :
139
Abstract :
According to the growing mental disorder, one of the disorders that is commonly observed, are obsessive disorders. Obviously, meta- factors affect on this disorder. This study examined the relationship between cognitive beliefs, meta-worry with obsessive-compulsive symptoms in non-clinical population. According to the literature expected that above variables have a significant relationship with obsessive-compulsive disorder in non-clinical population. The descriptive study was a correlation type. The study population comprised all medical students Torbat Heydarie city the sample group were 160 students who were selected by random sampling method. Meta-cognitive questionnaire (MCQ-30), Madly’s Obsessive-Compulsive (MOCI) and metaworry subscales (related to anxiety- thoughts questionnaire) was used to data collection. The study data were analyzed using correlation method. The study results showed that there is a significant and positive relationship between meta-cognitive beliefs and obsessive symptoms also are found in this study there is a significant and positive relationship between meta-worry and obsessive-compulsive symptoms. Findings the study to support the obsessive meta-cognitive model (OCD) suggest that meta-cognitive beliefs and meta-worry have important role in symptoms of obsessive. Change meta-cognitive beliefs and replacing adaptive coping strategies, rather than maladaptive strategies can help control the symptoms of obsessive in individuals.
Journal title :
Journal of Applied Environmental and Biological Sciences
Serial Year :
2014
Link To Document :
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