Comparison of Primary Incompatible Schemas with Regard to the Age Gap of Sisters in People with the Major Depressive Disorder with Normal People

Rahim Basaeri, Neda Alibeigi


Objective: The purpose of this study was to compare the primary incompatible schemas with respect to age range among people with the major depressive disorder and normal people.Research Method: the post-traumatic (event) research method and the statistical population included two groups of the major depression with normal people in Tehran. Among them, a group of 30 patients chose to refer to psychiatric treatment centers and counseling centers with available sampling method (for groups with the major depressive disorder) and a group of 30 patients’ accompaniment (rellies (مخفف relatives ) by classification randomly (for the normal group) method. The research tools consisted of a questionnaire of the primary incompatible schemas of Young's short form and questionnaire of the demographic information. Data were analyzed by multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA).Results: The results of the analysis showed that in all subscales of the primary incompatible schemas, except the subscales of sacrifice, obedience, and magnanimity, were significantly different between the two study groups (P <0.01). Also, logistic regression analysis showed that 34 to 45% of the major depressive disorder was explained by the subscales of the primary incompatible schemas.Conclusion: It seems that consideration of such variables plays an important role in the primary and secondary prevention, and it is necessary for psychologists and counselors to pay attention to these variables in clinical and counseling environments.

Keywords: The Primary Incompatible Schemas, Age Difference, The major Depressive Disorder.

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/9-10-09

Publication date:May 31st 2019

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