عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: This study aimed to investigate effectiveness acceptance and commitment therapy on irrational beliefs and bias toward incentives with negative emotions in adolescent girls. Methods: This study used a Semi-experimental design with pretest - posttest with the control group. The study population included all high school grade female students studying in Qom that had been formed in the school year 95-94. The final sample size of 40 girls with irrational beliefs were high that the sampling method chosen and randomly divided, were counted into two groups (n = 20) and control (n = 20). Instruments included Jones Irrational Beliefs Scale and the dot-probe test. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy by Hayes, Astrvsal and Wilson (1999) built-in 6 sessions on experimental group was 90 minutes. Data were analyzed using univariate analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). Results: Research results show that Acceptance and commitment therapy is not effective on irrational beliefs teen girls (p > 0/05), but were significant effects on bias toward incentives with negative emotions (p ≤ 0/01). Conclusion: Generally Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) because of increasing psychological flexibility and client relationship is established with time makes also lead to action by changing the values of individual references to cross be, can be treated as a psychological-of the right to reduce attentional bias to negative emotional triggers respectively.
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