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gharooni S, tajabadi Z, abooei A. Prediction of lifestyle based on emotion regulation and self-compassion with the mediating role of belief in a just world in Multiple Sclerosis patients. Journal title 2023; 17 (3) : 6
URL: http://rph.khu.ac.ir/article-1-4389-en.html
1- Islamic Azad university
2- Islamic Azad university , mythesis.1400@gmail.com
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The purpose of this research was to predict the lifestyle of MS patients based on the indicators of self-compassion and emotional regulation and to investigate the mediating role of belief in a just world. The participants included 321 patients in Yazd city who completed the research questionnaires online or in person in an accessible manner.
The questionnaires were Walker's Lifestyle , Neff's Self-Compassion, Gross and John's Emotional Regulation, and Dalbert and Dagas' Belief in a Just World.

 The results were analyzed with Smart pls software and partial least squares method. According to the results, the reliability, quality and predictive power of the fit structural model were confirmed (predictive power of lifestyle =0.41, belief in a just world= 0.17, and self-compassion = 0.20) and according to the findings, the effects of the total constructs of self-compassion, emotional regulation and belief in a just world in MS patients on lifestyle were 53%, 59% and 30%, respectively, and the mediating role of belief in a just world was also confirmed.
Article number: 6
Type of Study: Research | Subject: health Psychology
Received: 2023/10/4 | Accepted: 2023/11/21 | Published: 2024/12/20

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