Volume 23 Num. 3 - October 2023
Síntomas de ansiedad y depresión en población general y clínica: contribución diferencial de las estrategias de regulación emocional
Volume 23 Num. 3 - October 2023 - Pages 279-289
González, Manuel , González, Mario , Lorenzo, Laureano , Rascón, Pilar
Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression in General and Clinical Population: Differential Contribution of Emotional Regulation Strategies.
Studies show that the emotional consequences of cognitive emotional regulation strategies may differ depending on the sample assessed. This paper presents a study about differences in cognitive emotion regulation between a community (n= 536) and a clinical sample (n= 95). Results showed that only positive reappraisal and putting into perspective were negatively related to depression in the community and clinical sample, and in the clinical sample positive reappraisal was negatively related to anxiety. Less adaptive strategies were negatively related to anxiety and depression in the community sample; however, in the clinical sample were related to depression. But catastrophizing and blaming others were related to anxiety in the clinical sample. The predictors of anxiety and depressive symptoms in both samples were catastrophizing and less positive reappraisal and positive refocusing. In the community sample the predictors were rumination and less refocus on planning, and in the clinical sample blaming others. Results showed more frequent use in participants of the clinical sample of catastrophizing (odds ratio= 1.95, p ≤.001), blaming others (odds ratio= 1.20, p ≤.016) and less putting into perspective (odds ratio= .86, p ≤.018).
How to cite this paper:
González M, González M, Lorenzo L & Rascón P (2023). Síntomas de ansiedad y depresión en población general y clínica: contribución diferencial de las estrategias de regulación emocional International Journal of Psychology & Psychological Therapy, 23, 1, 279-289
strategies of cognitive emotion, emotional cascade, catastrophizing, positive reappraisal, anxiety and depression
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