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narimani M, ghasemkhanlo A, sabri V. The Comparison of self-compassion, anxiety and depression in patients with chronic pain and normal people. JAP 2020; 11 (3) :57-65
URL: http://jap.iums.ac.ir/article-1-5516-en.html
1- Professor, Departman of Psychology. Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences Mohaghegh Ardabil University , Ardabil, Iran
2- Mental health expert , Deputy of Health , khoy Faculty of Medical Sciences. Khoy , Psy.arezoo@gmail.com
3- Candidate of clinical Psychology ,Faculty of Human science, Shahed university. Tehran. Iran
Abstract:   (1628 Views)
 Aims and background: Chronic pain disease is one of the most common problems in today’s society, which
causes heavy medical costs and has a negative impact on a person’s performance, and psychological issues are
one of the most important factors in exacerbating and perpetuating chronic pain. The aim of this study was to
compare self-compassion, anxiety and depression in these patients.
Material & Methods: The present study is a causal-comparative study, for which 104 people with chronic pain
and 104 healthy individuals were selected. After collecting the data, independent groups were tested by using
Results: The results showed that there is high anxiety and depression and low self-compassion among patients
with chronic pain.
Conclusion: Therefore, it could be concluded that these psychological components play a role in exacerbating
and continuing chronic pain, and these dimensions should be emphasized in treatment programs.
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Chronic pain managment
Received: 2020.04.25 | Accepted: 2020.07.4 | Published: 2020.08.31

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