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Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (IJPBS)   SPRING 2014 , Volume 8 , Number 1; Page(s) 42 To 50.
 
Paper: 

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN METACOGNITION AND OBSESSIVE BELIEFS, AND PROCRASTINATION IN STUDENTS OF TABRIZ AND MOHAGHEGH ARDABILI UNIVERSITIES, IRAN

 
 
Author(s):  SADEGHI HASAN*, SHAHRIARI ALI REZA, BABAYI KARIM, SHAHRI MARYAM
 
* YOUNG RESEARCHERS CLUB AND ELITES, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, SCIENCE AND RESEARCH BRANCH, ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY, ARDABIL, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Objective: The aim of the current study is to investigate the relationship between metacognition and obsessive beliefs, and procrastination.
Methods: 285 students of Tabriz and Mohaghegh Ardabili Universities, Iran, were selected by random sampling, and completed the metacognition (MCQ-30) questionnaire, obsessive beliefs questionnaire (OBQ-44), and General Procrastination Scale. The research method was descriptive. Data was implemented by structural equation modeling, using Amos software (version 19) and Anderson and Greenberg’s (1988) two-step approach was followed. First, the model measurement, and then the structural model were examined.
Results: Results showed that obsessive beliefs and metacognitive beliefs, directly and indirectly, predict the behavior of procrastination. Cognitive confidence, need for control of thoughts, and positive beliefs about worry from metacognitive beliefs were positively and significantly correlated with procrastination. In addition, cognitive self-consciousness was inversely correlated with procrastination. Perfectionism/certainty from obsessive beliefs was inversely correlated with procrastination. Moreover, the relationship between obsessive beliefs and metacognitive beliefs were positive and significant.
Conclusion: Our findings show a significant relationship between obsessive and metacognitive beliefs and procrastination. To reduce behaviors of procrastination, control of obsessive beliefs and metacognition seems to be necessary. Moreover, controlling and shaping metacognitive beliefs can be effective in reducing compulsive behavior.

 
Keyword(s): METACOGNITIVE BELIEFS, OBSESSIVE BELIEFS, PROCRASTINATION
 
 
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APA: Copy

SADEGHI, H., & SHAHRIARI, A., & BABAYI, K., & SHAHRI, M. (2014). THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN METACOGNITION AND OBSESSIVE BELIEFS, AND PROCRASTINATION IN STUDENTS OF TABRIZ AND MOHAGHEGH ARDABILI UNIVERSITIES, IRAN. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (IJPBS), 8(1), 42-50. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=507771



Vancouver: Copy

SADEGHI HASAN, SHAHRIARI ALI REZA, BABAYI KARIM, SHAHRI MARYAM. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN METACOGNITION AND OBSESSIVE BELIEFS, AND PROCRASTINATION IN STUDENTS OF TABRIZ AND MOHAGHEGH ARDABILI UNIVERSITIES, IRAN. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (IJPBS). 2014 [cited 2021July27];8(1):42-50. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=507771



IEEE: Copy

SADEGHI, H., SHAHRIARI, A., BABAYI, K., SHAHRI, M., 2014. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN METACOGNITION AND OBSESSIVE BELIEFS, AND PROCRASTINATION IN STUDENTS OF TABRIZ AND MOHAGHEGH ARDABILI UNIVERSITIES, IRAN. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (IJPBS), [online] 8(1), pp.42-50. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=507771.



 
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