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:: Volume 10, Issue 36 (Spring 1401 2022) ::
NPWJM 2022, 10(36): 28-37 Back to browse issues page
The Effect of Perceived Stress on the Severity of Acne with Mediating Role of Interpersonal Emotional Regulation in People with Acne Vulgaris
Reihane Fakhrezare , Mojtaba Ansari shahidi , Neda Adibi
Islamic Azad University, Najafabad
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Introduction: Acne is a very common psychosomatic disorder that causes physical, psychological and social effects in individuals. This study aims to answer this question: Can interpersonal emotion mediate the relationship between perceived stress and the severity of acne. Is the severity of acne directly related to the total scores of interpersonal excitement and does it support the relationship between acne and stress?
Methods: This is a descriptive predictive study method. 93 15-to-50-year-old patients with acne skin disorder were included in the study using convenience sampling method. the GAGS rating scale was used for the severity of the disease. Cohen Perceived Stress Questionnaire and Interpersonal Emotion Regulation Questionnaire were also used. Finally, the data were analyzed using regression and path analysis.
Findings: Perceived stress in patients with acne had an inverse effect on emotion regulation and the amount of its effect was -0.27 and significant (P <0.01). The amount of relationship between perceived stress and acne severity is 0.30, positive and significant (P<0.01). In addition to these findings, emotion regulation had an inverse effect on acne severity, the amount of relationship was -0.18 and was not significant (P<0.05).
Conclusion: Strategies for regulating maladaptive emotions in patients with acne vulgaris may be associated with higher psychological symptoms and lower beliefs about the effectiveness of treatment.due to the frequency of this disorder and its impact on social and emotional functioning of individuals, the need for further investigation to prevent and treat the disorder is also essential.
Article number: 3
Keywords: Acne, Perceived stress, Interpersonal emotion regulation, Psychosomatic
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/12/13 | Accepted: 2022/09/13 | Published: 2022/12/9
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fakhrezare R, ansari shahidi M, adibi N. The Effect of Perceived Stress on the Severity of Acne with Mediating Role of Interpersonal Emotional Regulation in People with Acne Vulgaris. NPWJM 2022; 10 (36) : 3
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