THE COMPARISON OF OBSESSIVE BELIEFS AND PSYCHOSOMATIC SYMPTOMS IN HEALTHY AND WITH ABORTION HISTORY WOMEN OF BOJNOORD CITY, IRAN

Samaneh Hajiloo

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The purpose of conducting this study was to compare the obsessive beliefs and psychosomatic symptoms in healthy and with abortion history women of Bojnoord. The statistic society of study was consisted of women with abortion history and also all healthy women of Bojnoord that have referred to Imam Ali Hospital in Bojnoord for treatment in 2016. The sample size of current study has been consisted of 30 women with abortion history and 30 healthy women. The sampling method for women with abortion history was through the purposeful sampling; and random for healthy women. For data collection, the questionnaire OBQ obsessive thoughts and psychosomatic symptoms of Takata and Sakata (2004) were used. The results showed that there is a meaningful (or significant) difference between the variables of psychosomatic symptoms and obsessive beliefs and general components, the importance and control of thoughts and responsibility and evaluation of risk and threat from obsessive beliefs variable among the healthy and with abortion history women, but there isn’t any difference between the components of perfectionism and certainty in completely conducting different matters from obsessive beliefs among the healthy and with abortion history women.

 

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obsessive beliefs, psychosomatic symptoms, abortion, Bojnoord city

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