友人関係における妄想的観念とネガティブな反すう,ストレス反応との関連 [in Japanese] Associations among paranoid ideation of friendship in adolescence, negative rumination, and stress responses [in Japanese]
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This questionnaire survey study among 164 university students aimed to examine the types of paranoid ideation about friendship in adolescence. Subjects were divided into four groups on the basis of their scores on persecution, belittlement, other-harming, and alienation (Delusional Ideation Check-List; Tanno et al., 2000) : high paranoid ideation scores;, high alienation scores;, medium paranoid ideation scores;, and low belittlement, other-harming, and alienation scores. The paranoid ideation scores of the four groups suggested differences between subjective experience and scores. Trends in the three paranoid ideation scores suggested qualitative differences between persecution, belittlement, other-harming, and alienation. The study also examined the associations among the four groups in terms of negative rumination and stress responses. In people with lower levels of rumination, stress responses were related to paranoid ideation; in people with higher levels of rumination, to the type and frequency of paranoid ideation, particularly the frequency of persecution.
- 九州大学心理学研究 : 九州大学大学院人間環境学研究院紀要
九州大学心理学研究 : 九州大学大学院人間環境学研究院紀要 14, 49-57, 2013