Beliefs over control and meta-worry interact with the effect of intolerance of uncertainty on worry.

The finding emphasizes the significant role of metacognitive and control beliefs in the process that leads to the development of worry.

ID Articolo: 13078 - Pubblicato il: 12 luglio 2012
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LEGGI GLI ARTICOLI DI STATE OF MIND SU: RIMUGINIO E RUMINAZIONE – WORRY – GAD (Disturbo d’Ansia Generalizzato) – BELIEFS/CREDENZE – METACOGNIZIONE

Beliefs over control and meta-worry interact with the effect of intolerance of uncertainty on worry.

Beliefs over control and meta-worry interact with the effect of intolerance of uncertainty on worry

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Cognitive theory conceptualizes worry as influenced by metacognitive beliefs about worry, intolerance of uncertainty, and perceptions of control over events and reactions. This study tests the hypothesis that the effect of intolerance of uncertainty would interact with meta-cognitive beliefs on worry and perceived control. One hundred eighteen individuals with generalized anxiety disorder and 54 controls completed the Meta-Cognition Questionnaire, the Intolerance of Uncertainty Scale, the Anxiety Control Scale, and the Penn State Worry Questionnaire. Models were tested measuring interactive effects in multiple regression linear analysis. The interaction model was confirmed. The effect of intolerance of uncertainty on worry was increased by its interaction with metacognitive and control beliefs. The finding emphasizes the significant role of metacognitive and control beliefs in the cognitive process that leads to the development of worry. BUY FULL ARTICLE

 LEGGI GLI ARTICOLI DI STATE OF MIND SU: RIMUGINIO E RUMINAZIONE WORRYGAD (Disturbo d’Ansia Generalizzato)BELIEFS/CREDENZE – METACOGNIZIONE

Beliefs over control and meta-worry interact with the effect of intolerance of uncertainty on worry

Confirmed moderation model. Il rapporto tra intolleranza dell'incertezza è il worry è moderato dal controllo e dal metaworry. La moderazione indica un incremento della forza del legame.

 

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