EFFECTIVENESS OF PENN RESILIENCY PROGRAM ON COGNITIVE EMOTION REGULATION IN DEPRESSED PEOPLE

Gholami, Somayeh and Vahedi, Shahram (2016) EFFECTIVENESS OF PENN RESILIENCY PROGRAM ON COGNITIVE EMOTION REGULATION IN DEPRESSED PEOPLE. The Journal of Urmia University of Medical Sciences, 26 (12). pp. 1019-1027.

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Abstract

Cognitive emotion regulation has a dramatic role in causing emotional problems such as depression. Since the cognitive emotion regulation processes are educable, this study aimed to concern the effectiveness of Penn Resiliency Program (PRP) on cognitive emotion regulation in depressed people. Materials & Methods: This quasi-experimental study included a pretest and posttest with a control group. The study population consisted of students who filled out health monitoring form in 2013-2014. Depressed people were recalled and reevaluated. Then were divided and assigned randomly into two groups of 20. And 10 sessions of PRP were performed once a week for two hours a week in the experimental group, but the control group did not receive any intervention. Results: It was revealed that after performing PRP there was significant differences between both the experimental and control groups in negative cognitive emotion regulation (F= 15.71, P<0.001). People who received training used a lower rate of negative strategies to regulate emotions. In addition, PRP had no effect on positive cognitive emotion regulation (F= 1.7, P = NS). Conclusions: The present study findings suggest the importance of PRP on decreasing negative cognitive emotion regulation that has implications for prevention and treatment

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Penn Resiliency Program, Cognitive emotion regulation, Depression
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email gholipour.s@umsu.ac.ir
Date Deposited: 10 Oct 2017 07:47
Last Modified: 10 Oct 2017 07:47
URI: http://eprints.umsu.ac.ir/id/eprint/3155

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