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Volume 16, Issue 63 (12-2017)                   Journal of Psychological Science 2017, 16(63): 429-448 | Back to browse issues page

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Maddahi M. (2017). The role of metacognitive beliefs in the prediction of substance abuse relapse . Journal of Psychological Science. 16(63), 429-448.
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Shahed University , maddahi.mohammadebrahim@gmail.com
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According to prevalence of high substances and it is amount of relapse is one of the biggest concern of society. Is it possible prediction relapse according to factor of psychological? The purpose of this research is  prediction of relapse substance  based on belief  of metacognition. The method of this research is a kind of correlation. From available sampling  selected 300 patients that include 150 patients who have relapse  substance (75 patients who treated by MMT methadone method therapy and 75 patients who treated by BMTbuprenorphine method therapy) and 150 patients that who  didn’t have relapse substance and both of group (relapse and didn’t relapse) similar to each other and completed  questionnaire of belief of metacognition. Data of this research from analyze variance, correlation of Pearson and regression in way  of  logistic  with use SPSS  software analyze and resolution. Result of thisbelief of metacognition 24% from possibility of relapse substance. (significance level 0.046). So attention to disorganized emotion regulation and  disarranged belief of metacognitive in patient who have substance. seems  to treatment based onbelief metacognitive prevented from relapse patients during treatment  period.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2019/07/7 | Accepted: 2019/07/7 | Published: 2019/07/7

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