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Comparison of the effectiveness of treatment based on Moritz metacognitive approach and Wells metacognition approach on obsessive-compulsive symptoms and cognitive flexibility of obsessive-compulsive homeowners
Rohollah Azizi , Fatemeh Bahrami * , Korosh Goodarzy , Masoud Sadeghi
Department of Consultation, Esfahan University, Esfahan, I.R. Iran. , f.bahrami26@yahoo.com
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Background: This study aimed to compare the effectiveness of treatment based on Moritz metacognitive approach and Wells metacognition approach on obsessive-compulsive symptoms and cognitive flexibility of obsessive-compulsive homeowners.
Materials and Methods: From all women seeking treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder in Borujerd (297 people), three groups of 15 people were selected using the convenience sampling method. For two groups Moritz metacognitive therapy and Wells metacognitive therapy was performed. In the pre-test and post-test, obsessive-compulsive and Cognitive flexibility questionnaires were completed. The data were analyzed using the repeated measures designs test by SPSS software.
Results: The results showed the effectiveness of the two treatments of Moritz approach and Wales approach on the cognitive flexibility of obsessive-compulsive disorder of the homeowners with obsessive-compulsive disorder (P<0.05). There was also no significant difference between the effectiveness of the two approaches of Mauritius and Wales (P<0.05).
Conclusion: According to the findings, metacognition treatments based on Moritz approach and Wells approach can be effective on the reduction of obsessive-compulsive and increase cognitive flexibility of homeowners with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Keywords: Cognitive flexibility, Meta-cognitive therapy, Obsessive-compulsive symptoms, Homeowners
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: medicine, paraclinic
Received: 2019/05/29 | Accepted: 2019/11/11 | Published: 2020/02/12
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Azizi R, Bahrami F, Goodarzy K, Sadeghi M. Comparison of the effectiveness of treatment based on Moritz metacognitive approach and Wells metacognition approach on obsessive-compulsive symptoms and cognitive flexibility of obsessive-compulsive homeowners. Feyz 2019; 23 (6) :637-646
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