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IJRN 2018, 4(4): 1-9 Back to browse issues page
The Role of Perfectionism, Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies and Sleep Quality in Predicting Nursing Students’ Eating Disorder
Sana Rezaei , Zahra DashtBozorgi
Ahvaz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz, Iran
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Introduction: Eating disorder is a one of the worst health factors and one of the psychological pathology disorders that has a significant negative effect on physical and psychological functioning. The aim of this research was investigate the role of perfectionism, cognitive emotion regulation strategies and sleep quality in predicting nursing students’ eating disorder.
Methods: This study was a cross-sectional from type of correlation. The research population included the nursing students’ of Islamic Azad University of Ahvaz branch in 2017-18 academic years that from them 210 students (29 male and 181 female) were selected by stratified randomly sampling method. The research instruments included the questionnaires of perfectionism, cognitive emotion regulation strategies, sleep quality and eating disorder. Data analyzed by Pearson correlation and multiple regression with enter model methods and with using SPSS-21 software.
Results: The findings showed the mean score of nursing students in variables of positive perfectionism was 73/548±12/960, negative perfectionism was 58/629±10/715, positive cognitive emotion regulation strategies was 67/529±9/240, negative cognitive emotion regulation strategies was 41/605±7/213, sleep quality was 12/310±2/801 and eating disorder was 39/233±6/192. Also, positive perfectionism (r=-0/263) and positive cognitive emotion regulation strategies (r=-0/541) has a negative and significant relationship with nursing students’ eating disorder and negative perfectionism (r=0/339), negative cognitive emotion regulation strategies (r=0/465) and undesirable sleep quality (r=0/227) has a positive and significant relationship with nursing students’ eating disorder. In addition, the predictive variables significantly could predict 54 percent of variance of nursing students’ eating disorder (p<0/01).
Conclusions: The results indicate the importance of perfectionism, cognitive emotion regulation strategies and sleep quality in predicting nursing students’ eating disorder. Therefore, in order to reduce nursing students’ eating disorder should pay attention to signs of predictive variables and based on designed and implemented appropriate programs.
Keywords: Perfectionism, Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies, Sleep Quality, Eating Disorder, Nursing Students
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/03/22 | Accepted: 2018/05/16
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Rezaei S, DashtBozorgi Z. The Role of Perfectionism, Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies and Sleep Quality in Predicting Nursing Students’ Eating Disorder. IJRN. 2018; 4 (4) :1-9
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نشریه پژوهش پرستاری توانبخشی Iranian Journal of Rehabilitation Research
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