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Bedaghi E, Hasani J, Moradi A. Transdiagnosistic processes or Diagnostic Based of reinforcement sensitivity and attachment styles in patients with addiction and binge eating disorder. etiadpajohi. 2019; 13 (52) :275-292
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kharazmi University
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The aim of this study was to investigate the transdiagnosistic processes of reinforcement sensitivity and attachment styles in patients with addiction and binge eating disorder.  The present study was describes causal comparison, the statistical population included all people with binge eating disorder who referred to counseling centers as well as all individuals with addiction of counseling centers and Narcotics Anonymous in Arak city in the second half of 1395. Among them three groups of 32 individuals, including patients with bulimia, drug addiction and normal were selected through purposive sampling method and with respect to inclusion and exclusion criteria. Adult attachment scale, short form of the Persian version cognitive emotion regulation scale, overeating scales beside Jacsonschr('39')s five-factor Inventory were applied to collect data. Data were analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics including ANOVA and Tukey. The results of data analysis indicated that groups with overeating and addiction in activation and freezing system, blame maladaptive strategies and rumination, adapted strategies of acceptance and reevaluation of secure and insecure attachment styles are not significantly different from each other. Behavioral activation system, cognitive emotion regulation strategies of self blame, rumination, acceptance and reevaluation also secure and insecure attachment styles are transdiagnosis processes in addiction and binge eating disorders which have critical roles in the creation and persistence of the disorder.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/05/6 | Accepted: 2019/10/26 | Published: 2019/11/2

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