Title: Rumiación, preocupación y orientación negativa al problema: procesos transdiagnósticos de los trastornos de ansiedad, de la conducta alimentaria y del estado de ánimo
Other Titles: Rumination, worry and negative problem orientation: transdiagnostic processes of anxiety, eating behavior and mood disorders
Ruminação, preocupação e orientação negativa ao problema: processos transdiagnósticos [RD1] dos transtornos de ansiedade, do comportamento alimentar e do humor
Authors: González Rodríguez, Manuel
Ibáñez, Ignacio
Barrera, Andrea
Keywords: RUMIACIÓN
ANSIEDAD
TRASTORNOS DE LA NUTRICIÓN
PREOCUPACIÓN
RUMIACIÓN
DIFICULTADES DE LA CONDUCTA ALIMENTARIA
TRANSDIAGNÓSTICO
TRAIT WORRY
RUMINATION
EATING DISORDERS
TRANSDIAGNOSTIC FACTORS
DIFICULDADES DO COMPORTAMENTO ALIMENTAR
PREOCUPAÇÃO
RUMINAÇÃO
TRANSDIAGNÓSTICO
Issue Date: Nov-2017
Publisher: Universidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Psicología
Citation: González Rodríguez, M., Ibáñez, I., & Barrera, A. (2017). Rumiación, preocupación y orientación negativa al problema: procesos transdiagnósticos de los trastornos de ansiedad, de la conducta alimentaria y del estado de ánimo-Rumination, worry and negative problem orientation: transdiagnostic processes of anxiety, eating behavior and mood disorders- Ruminação, preocupação e orientação negativa ao problema: processos transdiagnósticos [RD1] dos transtornos de ansiedade, do comportamento alimentar e do humor. Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 20(2). Recuperado de http://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/ojsucatolica/revistas_ucatolica/index.php/acta-colombiana-psicologia/article/view/1009
Abstract: Este estudio presenta las relaciones existentes entre los procesos cognitivos de orientación negativa al problema, preocupación y rumiación, con la sintomatología ansiosa, depresiva y la presente en dificultades en la conducta alimentaria. Se utilizó una muestra no clínica e intencionada de 176 personas adultas de la isla de Tenerife. Los datos se analizan mediante el coeficiente de Chi-cuadrado de Pearson (χ2), la t de Student, el coeficiente de correlación r de Pearson y regresiones jerárquicas. Se constata que la orientación negativa al problema y la preocupación son transdiagnósticos para los síntomas de agorafobia y pánico, ansiedad generalizada, fobia social y control de la comida; mientras que los reproches son comunes a la sintomatología depresiva, el estrés postraumático y la dieta, y que la fobia social también se relaciona con el proceso reflexivo. Los resultados se discuten a partir el modelo teórico de la fobia social y el estrés postraumático, y se propone la investigación futura de los reproches y la reflexión, atendiendo a la teoría de la evitación cognitiva.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10983/15183
ISSN: 0123-9155
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