The Relevant Research between Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Clinical Symptoms about the Patients with Physical Symptoms Related Disorders
躯体症状障碍患者认知情绪调节与临床症状的相关性研究

竹华 刘
2017 Advances in Psychology  
Objective: To research the relationship between cognitive emotion regulation and depression, anxiety and somatization symptom about the patients with somatic disorders. Methods: Applied cognitive emotion regulation questionnaire, self-rating depression Scale, self-rating anxiety scale and self-reporting inventory have an evaluation to 160 cases of patients with somatic disorders, using Pearson correlation analysis and multiple linear regression analysis to analyze the relationship between
more » ... nship between cognitive emotion regulation and depression, anxiety and somatic symptoms in patients with physical disorders. Results: Positive cognitive emotion regulation is average (54.24 + 9.91 points); negative cognitive emotion regulation is average (45.31 + 6.93 points); depression score is average (44.32 + 9.31 points). Anxiety score is average (38.43 + 6.82). Acceptance, positive re evaluation, rational analysis, disaster and blame others for the adjustment strategy in the application of different forms of depression in patients with somatic disorders have obvious differences. Self-blame, Acceptance, contemplation, re-attention, re-focus on planning, positive re-evaluation, rational analysis, disaster and blame others for the adjustment strategy in the application of different forms of Anxiety in patients with somatic disorders have obvious differences. Linear regression analysis showed that each component table of Cognitive emotion regulation can explain 69.2% of Total variance of depression, 54.4% of Total variance of anxiety, 5.5% of Total variation of somatic symptoms. Self blame, positive re-attention, positive re-evaluation, rational analysis and disaster are able to predict the main variables of depression. Self blame, acceptance, contemplation, positive re-attention, refocus on planning, positive re-evaluation, rational analysis, disaster are able to predict the main variables of anxiety. Conclusion: There was a close relationship between Emotion regulation in patients with somatic disorders and depression, anxiety and Somatic symptoms. Self blame, positive re-evaluation and disaster were respectively the main predictors of depression, anxiety and somatic symptoms. This research is for further discussions about the formation of depression, anxiety and somatic symptoms in patients with somatic disorders to provide a certain basis.
doi:10.12677/ap.2017.77117 fatcat:ql3nqiozdre4tokpzos3geshxq