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The MCQ-30 comprises the following five factors: i) positive beliefs about worry (the belief that worrying helps to solve problems and avoid unpleasant situations); ii) negative beliefs about the uncontrollability of thoughts and danger (the belief that it is necessary to control ones' worrying in order to function well as a person and beliefs about the mental and physical dangers of worrying); iii) cognitive confidence (assessing confidence in attention and memory); iv) beliefs about the need to control thoughts (i.
The WOJ group showed a significantly greater reduction than controls on the secondary endpoint of uncontrollability of beliefs at both days 10 and 30.
In this regard, patients with emotional disorders usually experience a sense of uncontrollability of their internal emotional reactions, presenting difficulties to manage their emotions (understanding emotions, negative reactions to emotions, difficulty to repair negative emotions, i.
7) In fact, the FDA has indeed expressed concerns about the uncontrollability of social media promotional materials in its letters.
Shut down and uncontrollability of the fission reaction can be controlled with this correlative approach along with the use of Carbon control rods.
China creates a slippery slope for the United States, with the aim of deterring American forces from intervening due to high probability of escalation, unpredictability, or even uncontrollability of conflict dynamics.
But through its commercialism it also offers an image of the body's uncontrollability.
Throughout the book, Brady unpicks the tension between military efforts to control the environment and the uncontrollability of soils, climates and insects, arguing convincingly that nature displayed an unintentional agency.
It contains the following five factors: Positive beliefs about worry, Negative beliefs about uncontrollability and danger of worry, Beliefs about the need to control thoughts, Cognitive confidence, and Cognitive self-consciousness.
Amotivated individuals typically perceive feelings of incompetence, expectancies of uncontrollability and perform activities without purpose.
Negative disproportionate views about the consequences of MI or angina are likely to reflect or promote a sense of uncontrollability and helplessness that may foster depression and hinder the adoption of active coping strategies (36-38).
Saed, PorEhsan and Akbari [28] in a study concluded that metacognitive beliefs specially negative beliefs about uncontrollability and risk and also low cognitive confidence have a positive relationship to anxiety and depression (negative emotions).
According to the model, the CAS is generated by two types of metacognitive beliefs: (a) positive beliefs about worry, rumination, threat monitoring, and coping strategies; and (b) negative metacognitive beliefs about the uncontrollability of worry and rumination, and the threat of depressive experiences.
The uncontrollability is caused by the lack of any person viewing the bullying and being able to stop the activities.
Sarkisian believes that the greatest and the most complex challenge for the civilization in the 21st century is the narcotic epidemic that has spread worldwide and runs up to the level of uncontrollability threatening the entire humanity.