عنوان مقاله [English]
Worry, negative beliefs, rumination and flexibility are important topics in the phenomenon of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Worries are usually activated as a coping strategy in response to the disturbing thoughts. When negative beliefs are activated, a worried person evaluated a thought in a negative manner that is worried about worry. Rumination is similar to worry, with the difference that rumination focuses on the bad feelings of past experiences. The purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between the components of meta-worry, mental rumination and mental flexibility with obsessive spectrum disorder. For this aim, in the descriptive - correlation research among all staff of Medical Sciences University of Qazvin, 76 people were selected by convenience sampling method and were tested in terms of mental rumination, contemplation, mindfulness, obsessive-compulsive, custodial, muscular, skin manipulation and practical obsessive-compulsive skills. According to multiple correlation analysis method (focal correlation) and multiple regression, there is a significant relationship between component of meta-worry, mental rumination and mental flexibility with obsessive-compulsive disorder and meta-worry component with obsessive compulsive and body deformity. It is suggested that therapists and specialist with educational programs that involve modifying and changing the meta-cognitive beliefs ineffective will result in the emergence and continuation of obsessive-compulsive behaviors in other obsessive-compulsive disorders that are seriously related to psychological, familial, social and economic harm. Followed, prevented.