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IJPN 2015, 3(1): 12-23 Back to browse issues page
Early maladaptive schemas and psychological health among Womens seeking cosmetic surgery
P Nilforooshan, A Navidian *, M Shamohammadi
Pregnancy Health Research Center, Zahedan University of Medical Sciences, zahedan, Iran. , alinavidian@gmail.com
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Introduction: Identifying the psychological factors is a major contributor in the management of applicants of cosmetic surgery. This study was conducted to investigate the early maladaptive schemas and general health among people seeking cosmetic surgery. Methods: This study is a descriptive-analytical and comparative study. The population of this study was the combination of patients referring to beauty clinic and some people in Isfahan City. Participants included two groups of 60 (120 individuals) who were applicants for cosmetic surgery and non-applicants which selected through convenience sampling method. In this study data collection was made through using maladaptive schemas questionnaire (SF-YSQ) and general health (GHQ-28). Data analysis was carried out through using SPSS 18, descriptive statistics and MANOVA test. Results: There was a significant difference between applicant and non-applicant of cosmetic surgery concerning the early maladaptive schemas (P=0.02, F=3.34). Results of MANOVA test showed the difference between the two groups in terms of schemas disconnection/rejection (P=0.002, F=12.19), autonomy (P=0.001, F=15.14), impaired limits (P=0.016, F=6.55) and other-directedness (P=0.003, F=10.79), but there is no significant difference between the two groups of ear ringing. Also, there are significant differences between applicant and non-applicant groups in terms of public health (P=0.04, F=5.05). The two groups had significant difference in terms of Physical status (P=0.033, F=5.03), depression (P=0.001, F=14.92) and anxiety (P=0.009, F=8.01), but the difference of social performance was not statistically significant. Conclusion: Based on the identification of early maladaptive schemas and general health problems of women applicants of cosmetic surgery in current study, providing psychological treatment especially schema therapy before surgery is recommended.
Keywords: early maladaptive schemas, psychological health, cosmetic surgery, Women
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Received: 2015/04/29 | Accepted: 2015/04/29 | Published: 2015/04/29 | ePublished: 2015/04/29
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Nilforooshan P, Navidian A, Shamohammadi M. Early maladaptive schemas and psychological health among Womens seeking cosmetic surgery. IJPN. 2015; 3 (1) :12-23
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