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Mirahmadi B, ariavand R, kazemi rezaei S A. A Comparative Study on Cognitive emotion regulation strategies, Behavioral Brain Systems and Quality of Life in Patients with Diabetes and Healthy People. IJRN. 2019; 6 (2) :34-40
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kharazmi University
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Abstract
Introduction: Diabetes is one of the major health issues. This disease is one of the most chronic diseases and threatening the community. The aim of this study was to compare the strategies of cognitive emotion regulation, behavioral brain systems and quality of life in people with diabetes.
Methods: The present study was a post-event (comparative study). the statistical population consisted of two groups of diabetic patients referring to a specialized clinic in Tehran and normal people in 1397. The sample of patients (40 diabetes patients) were matched with 40 normal subjects on gender, education, and marital status using the placement method. The research instruments included cognitive emotion regulation, quality of life and inhibition / behavioral activation systems. Data were analyzed by multivariate analysis of variance analysis.
Results: The results showed that between two groups in adaptive emotional cognitive (P <0.001), maladaptive cognitive-emotional regulation strategies (P <0.001), quality of life (P <0.001), and Brain-behavioral systems (P <0.001) difference is significant.
Conclusions: Using some of the negative and improper strategies of emotional cognitive regulation, such as rumination and catastrophic thinking, as well as the large activity of the inhibition system that triggers emotional state of anxiety and experiences of negative emotions and low quality of life It can reduce the psychological health of people with diabetes. So, to improve the psychological well-being of diabetic patients, you can use excitement training, awareness of behavioral brain behavior and quality of life.
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Received: 2019/05/27 | Accepted: 2019/08/9 | Published: 2019/12/17

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