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Title

THE ROLE OF EMOTION DYSREGULATION, REPETITIVE NEGATIVE THOUGHTS, INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY AND EXPERIENTIAL AVOIDANCE, IN PREDICTION OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE PERFECTIONISM

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  9-23

Abstract

 Introduction: perfectionism is a transdiagnostic factor and prevalent phenomenon in many psychological disorders.Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the role of emotion dysregulation, repetitive negative thoughts, INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY and experiential avoidance in the prediction of positive and NEGATIVE PERFECTIONISM.Method: In this study, 412 B.S students of Tehran university, Allameh Tabatabei and Kharazmi university participated as the sample. Data were collected by filling 4 questionnaires: The positive and NEGATIVE PERFECTIONISM (PANP), repetitive negative thinking questionnaire (RNTQ), disorder in emotion regulation scale (DERS), INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY scale (IUS) multidimensional experiential avoidance questionnaire (MEAQ). Data were analyzed by structural equation modeling.Findings: All study variables except experiential avoidance correlated with positive and NEGATIVE PERFECTIONISM. The multiple regression analysis indicated that the predictive model for POSITIVE PERFECTIONISM respectively consisted of EMOTIONAL DYSREGULATION, INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY and repetitive negative thinking. And for NEGATIVE PERFECTIONISM respectively consisted of INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY, repetitive negative thinking and EMOTIONAL DYSREGULATION. These variables account for %11.5 of the POSITIVE PERFECTIONISM variance and %44.4 of NEGATIVE PERFECTIONISM.Conclusion: Positive and NEGATIVE PERFECTIONISM are two different structural models, with cognitive, emotional and behavioral mechanisms.

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