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Research code: IR.IAU.CTB.REC.1401.064
Ethics code: IR.IAU.CTB.REC.1401.064
Clinical trials code: IR.IAU.CTB.REC.1401.064

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Nemattavousi M, Yal Ali Beigi N. The Mediating Role of Emotion Regulation in the Relationship Between Attachment Injuries and Lovability. RJMS 2023; 30 (6)
URL: http://rjms.iums.ac.ir/article-1-7738-en.html
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This research was conducted with the aim of determining the mediating role of emotion regulation in the relationship between attachment injuries and lovability in a correlational descriptive design. For this purpose, 250 undergraduate and graduate students of Valiasr complex of South Tehran Azad University, who were studying in 1400-1401, were selected by staged sampling method, and they were selected according to the lovability scale (LVE; O'Brien and Epstein, 1988), the Adult Attachment Scale (AAI; Besharat, 2011) and the Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (ERQ; Gross and John, 2003). The results of Pearson's correlation test showed that attachment damage (ambivalent and avoidant) has a significant negative relationship with emotion regulation and lovability. Also, emotional regulation has a significant positive relationship with lovability. The results of the path analysis test also showed that emotion regulation has a significant indirect effect (mediating role) in the relationship between attachment injuries (avoidance and ambivalence) and lovability, and these findings confirm the research hypothesis. Overall, the results show that by increasing the emotion regulation capacity and using emotion regulation skills correctly, the impact of attachment injuries in creating a low level of lovability can be reduced to some extent.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical Psychiatry

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