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abdolpour G, hashemi T, Shairi M R, alizadeh F. The relationship of the Intolerance of uncertainty and worry and metacognitive beliefs in people with depressive symptoms. Shenakht Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry. 2018; 5 (2) :15-26
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1- shahed university , g.marand@yahoo.com
2- tabriz university
3- shahed university
4- tabriz azad university
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Aim: The present study aims to relationship between intolerance of uncertainty and worry and metacognitive beliefs in people with symptoms of depression.

 Methods: The research method in terms of purpose is Practical and in terms of implementation method is descriptive- relationship. The study population consists of all patients with depression, psychiatric clinic of Tabriz.The sample consists of 60 patients with major depression who were selected through convenience sampling method.The Standard data collection tools in this research are Metacognitive beliefs of the questionnaire, Pennsylvania concerns a questionnaire and intolerance of uncertainty questionnaire.

Results: Statistical data analysis using multiple regression analysis was used. The results showed that the intolerance of uncertainty and worry and metacognitive beliefs in depressed patients there was a significant positive correlation. Multiple regression analysis showed that the structures IU and beliefs could explain 45% of the changes concern.

Conclusion: This study is consistent with results of previous studies suggest that taking IU and beliefs in education programs and psychological interventions can prevent emotional disorders, reduction and effective treatment.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/01/7 | Accepted: 2018/11/24 | Published: 2018/11/24

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