Cognitive Reappraisal Moderates the Effect of Post-event Processing on Social Anxiety: A Short-Term Prospective Study

Shunta Maeda, Hironori Shimada, Tomoya Sato

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    This study employed a short-term prospective design to examine the moderating role of cognitive reappraisal on the effect of post-event processing on social anxiety and maladaptive beliefs. A sample of 510 participants (323 women; mean age = 20.8 years, SD = 1.5) was assessed twice (T1 and T2), with a two-month interval between assessments. Participants completed questionnaires regarding social anxiety, maladaptive beliefs, post-event processing, cognitive reappraisal, and negative interpersonal life events. Results showed that cognitive reappraisal attenuated the effect of post-event processing on social anxiety in participants who had experienced relatively fewer negative life events between assessments. On the other hand, this effect was not clearly observed in participants who had experienced relatively more negative life events. These findings demonstrate the importance of a comprehensive assessment of emotion regulation strategies and experienced negative life events as well as PEP in individuals with social anxiety.

    元の言語English
    ページ(範囲)359-373
    ページ数15
    ジャーナルInternational Journal of Cognitive Therapy
    11
    発行部数4
    DOI
    出版物ステータスPublished - 2018 12 1

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    Anxiety
    Prospective Studies
    Emotions

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    • Experimental and Cognitive Psychology

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