不合理な信念がストレス反応に及ぼす影響 [in Japanese] Irrational Beliefs and Responses to Stressors in Junior High School Students [in Japanese]
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This study examined the effects that irrational beliefs had on responses to stressors in junior high school students. Irrational beliefs and responses to stressors were measured in a survey of 520 junior high school students. About three month later, responses to stressors were measured again, along with the occurrence of stressors during the interval. A hierarchical regression analysis indicated an interaction effect of irrational beliefs and stressor scores on post-interval depression-anxiety, and high irrational beliefs led to the expression of more depression-anxiety.
- The Japanese Journal of Personality
The Japanese Journal of Personality 19(3), 267-269, 2011
Japan Society of Personality Psychology