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abbasi M, saberi H, taheri A. Presenting a Structural Model of Pain perception based on childhood trauma ,Early maladaptive schemas Mediated by Emotion Regulation in people with Chronic Pain. JAP 2022; 13 (2) :59-74
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1- Rudehen Azad University
2- Rudehen Azad University , h.saberi@riau.ac.ir
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Objective: To present a structural model of pain perception based on childhood trauma, early maladaptive schemas mediated by emotion regulation in people with chronic pain. Method: The research method was descriptive of correlation and structural equations. It was in 1399 that 300 of them (175 females and 125 males) were selected by available sampling method. They responded to the Granfsky and Craig (2006) Emotional Cognitive Regulation Questionnaires, Young's Early maladaptive Schemas (1991), and the Visual Animal Scale. The data were analyzed using structural equation analysis and hierarchical regression analysis. Showed that both positive emotion regulation strategies and negative emotion regulation strategies play a mediating role in the relationship between pain perception and early maladaptive schemas in patients with chronic pain.  Conclusion: The tendency of individuals to use positive or negative leaders of emotional cognitive regulation can be a determining factor in the effect ofchildhood trauma, maladaptive schemas on the perception of chronic pain.
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Chronic pain managment
Received: 2021.10.4 | Accepted: 2022.03.11 | Published: 2022.08.1

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