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Rezaee S, Gholipoor F, Reshadati S. Role of Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Masculine-Feminine Sex-Role Preferences in adolescent Girls Aggressiveness. frooyesh. 2016; 5 (1) :7-28
1- Gilan University ,
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The aim of present research was to investigate the role of cognitive emotion regulation and masculine-feminine sex-role preferences in adolescent girls' aggression. In a cross-sectional study were selected 509 girl students by multistage cluster sampling and each of them responded to the Bem sex role inventory‌ (BSRI), Garnefski cognitive emotion regulation questionnaire ‌(CERQ) and Ahvaz Aggression Inventory ‌(AAI). All of cognitive emotion regulation strategies and gender preferences could explain up to 37% of the aggressiveness results of shared variance after adjustment for confounding variables such as age and physical illness history. In the final model, maladaptive cognitive emotion regulation strategy and subscales of self-blame, rumination, catastrophizing, blaming others and masculine Sex-Role directly and adaptive cognitive emotion regulation strategy and positive reappraisal inversely, predicted levels of aggressiveness.  It seems promotion and reform of the cognitive emotion regulation strategies and also cultural predispositioning about of inappropriate gender belief substitution, can be profitable in reducing negative emotions such as anger.

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Type of Article: Applicable | Subject: addiction
Received: 2016/05/28 | Accepted: 2016/05/28 | ePublished: 2016/05/28

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