Comparing thought control strategies of adolescent girls with body dimorphic disorder and normal subjects

Bahareh Deljoo, Amir Panah Ali


This study aimed to examine the differences in thought control strategies adolescent girls suffering dysmorphic disorder with persons is normal. Participants included 111 high school students who were randomly selected. Data from the Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale modified for BDD (YBOCS-BDD) and thought control questionnaire (TCQ) were collected and through (MANOVA) inferential test was analyzed. The results showed that adolescent girls with body dysmorphic disorder and normal persons were different in components of thought control strategies, including: distraction, social control, fear, punishment and there is a re-evaluation. 


body dysmorphic disorder, thought control strategies.

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