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Title

MINDFULNESS BASED COGNITIVE THERAPY (MBCT) IS MORE EFFECTIVE ON WHICH OF THE COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE, OR SOMATIC DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS?

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 Start Page 289 | End Page 289

Abstract

 Objectives: Major DEPRESSION (MDD) is one of the prevalent disorders and in research was one of the important aims. Purpose of present study was examining effectiveness of group MBCT as a new psychotherapeutic approach by inserting in relapse prevention of DEPRESSION & treatment on cognitive affective SOMATIC SYMPTOMS. Method: Twenty six patients with MDD based on DSMIVR & SCID structured randomly assigned in two groups: experimental & control. All of patients tested by BDI & MBCT protocol during 10 sessions & 1 month follow up. Data were analyzed using ANOVA& ANCOVA. Results: the deference between two groups in cognitive& affective symptoms was significant but there was not significant difference in somatic symptom of DEPRESSION. Conclusion: MBCT is effective on cognitive& affective symptoms of DEPRESSION & its efficacy remains during follow up but this approach is not efficient on SOMATIC SYMPTOMS of DEPRESSION.

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