عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: body dysmorphic disorder is an inactive disease with a high prevalence worldwide. The present study was to investigate the relationship between body image, ugliness and intolerance of uncertainty with emotional regulation of adolescent girls.
Research method: The research method of this research was correlational and the research population was all female high school students in the 5th district of Tehran, of which 150 students were selected to conduct the research. The research tools include the Intolerance of Indecision Scale (IUS) by Freeston et al. (1994), the Intolerance of Indecision Scale (IUS) by Freeston et al. (1994), the 34-question body shape scale, and a questionnaire on the individual's attitude about his body image (Cash and Mollica, 1990) was the statistical method of the research included parametric tests of Pearson's correlation coefficient and multiple regression (simultaneously).
Findings: The results showed that the Pearson correlation coefficient between the difficulty of emotional regulation and body image is equal to -0.37 and is significant at the level of (P<0.05). Also, the correlation coefficient between body ugliness and emotion regulation is 0.383 and the correlation coefficient between uncertainty intolerance and emotion regulation difficulty is 0.24 and has a positive and significant relationship at the level (P<0.05).
Conclusion: Therefore, in the present study, the degree of indecisiveness in body dysmorphic disorder had a significant difference compared to emotional regulation, and this indicates a very strong relationship between indecisiveness and emotional regulation, and not the lack of relationship between indecisiveness and body dysmorphic disorder.
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