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fathi K, shirmardi S, mahar Z, koraei A. Predicting corona disease anxiety based on maladaptive schemas of abandonment, vulnerability to harm and disease, and perceived social support. RJMS. 2021; 28 (6)
URL: http://rjms.iums.ac.ir/article-1-6802-en.html
jahad , keihan.fathi99@gmail.com
Abstract:   (387 Views)
the present study aims to consider the relationship between perceived social support and anxiety of Corona Virus.
Methods: The descriptive and correlational methods were applied in this study. The study society composed of Health Network Personnel of Darab in 1399 in which 200 individuals were selected via available sampling method. The Perceived social Support Questionnaire (Zimet et al. 1998), Youngchr(chr('39')39chr('39'))s Early Maladaptive Schemas (2003), and Corona Disease Anxiety Scale (Alipour et al.2019) were applied to collect data. Data was analyzed via enter and stepwise regression method in SPSS 22.
Results: Findings showed that there was a significant relationship between predictor variables including vulnerability to harm and disease schema, maladaptive abandonment schema and perception of support of others with corona disease anxiety (P>0.001). On the other hand, the relationship between perceived support of family and friends with corona disease anxiety was not significant. Enter regression results showed that approximately 31% of the variance related to the corona anxiety variable is explained by the predictor variable. Also, among the predictor variables, vulnerability schema to harm and disease and abandonment maladaptive schema are the best predictors for teacherschr(chr('39')39chr('39')) corona disease anxiety, respectively (P<0.001).
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical Psychiatry

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