The Compression Cognitive Emotion Regulation in Smokers and Non-Smoker Students

Bayrami, Mansour and Movahedi, Yazdan and Minashiri, Abdolkhlegh (2014) The Compression Cognitive Emotion Regulation in Smokers and Non-Smoker Students. Journal of Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, 23 (109). pp. 143-150.

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Background and purpose: Cigarette is the most common and cheapest addictive substance associated with physical, financial, familial and social harm. Khantezian self-medication hypothesis proposes that many people smoke because of low distress tolerance and emotional deregulation. However, there is no research concerning this issue in Iran.The aim of this study was to investigate Compression Emotion Regulation Negative Strategies in Smokers and Non-Smoker Students. Material and methods: According to this, 80 smokers and 80 non-smoking male students of Tabriz University were selected randomly. The participants were examined by Emotion Regulation Negative Strategies questionnaires. The data were analyzed by SPSS software. For data analysis, descriptive statistics and multivariate analysis of variance was used. Results: The results showed that smokers and nonsmoker students in-cognitive components of setting that there is a significant difference excitement. Thus, students who smoke have more negative cognitive strategies to regulate. Conclusion: Therefore, the appropriate use of positive cognitive emotion regulation strategies can be taught to students, especially in our country, because our information about this problem is very little.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Cognitive Emotion Regulation, Smokers, Non-Smoker, student
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Date Deposited: 04 Jan 2018 19:08
Last Modified: 04 Jan 2018 19:08

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