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Joorbonyan A, Abdi R, Chalabianloo G. The role of repetitive negative thinking as a transdiagnostic factor in predicting the severity of emotional disorders symptoms. CPAP. 2019;
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-1405-en.html
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Introduction: Emotional disorders which are to a great extent the result of the deviation of emotions from their normal course can grow and develop under the influence of transdiagnostic factors such as perfectionism, insomnia, emotional disregulation, rumination, and repetitive negative thoughts. The present study aimed to evaluate the contribution of Repetitive negative thinking to predict a range of emotional disturbances.
Method: The present study is descriptive and correlational. To investigate the hypothesis of the research on the correlation between Repetitive negative thinking  and severity of symptoms of emotional disturbances (using Morgan sample size table), a sample of 385 students of Azad University of Shahid Beheshti University was evaluated by Repetitive negative thinking (McEvoy et al., 2010)  and anxiety and depression symptoms questionnaire (Watson et al., 2001) Were placed. The findings were analyzed and evaluated using Pearson correlation and linear regression methods.
Results: The results of the data analysis indicated that there was a positive and significant relationship between the subscales of two factors of Repetitive negative thinking and symptoms of depression anxiety disorders. Also, it was revealed that Repetitive negative thinking, other than weight gain index, could significantly contribute to the prediction of other symptoms of emotional disturbances Have.
Finding: Regarding the existence of a positive and significant association between Repetitive negative thinking and various symptoms of emotional disturbances, it seems better to have negative repetitive thoughts as a factor overlapping with other emotional disorders in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disorders and symptoms of disorders Emotion to be taken into consideration.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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