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Post-event processing in social anxiety disorder: Examining the mediating roles of positive metacognitive beliefs and perceptions of performance

Post-event processing (PEP) is defined as repetitive negative thinking following anxiety provoking social events. PEP is thought to maintain anxiety symptoms in Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) but little is known about the specific factors that contribute to the maintenance of PEP. The current study i... Full description

Journal Title: Behaviour Research and Therapy April 2017, Vol.91, pp.1-12
Main Author: Gavric, Dubravka
Other Authors: Moscovitch, David A , Rowa, Karen , Mccabe, Randi E
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ID: ISSN: 0005-7967 ; E-ISSN: 1873-622X ; DOI: 10.1016/j.brat.2017.01.002
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title: Post-event processing in social anxiety disorder: Examining the mediating roles of positive metacognitive beliefs and perceptions of performance
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  • Moscovitch, David A
  • Rowa, Karen
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  • Rumination
  • Metacognitive Beliefs
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Medicine
  • Psychology
ispartof: Behaviour Research and Therapy, April 2017, Vol.91, pp.1-12
description: Post-event processing (PEP) is defined as repetitive negative thinking following anxiety provoking social events. PEP is thought to maintain anxiety symptoms in Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) but little is known about the specific factors that contribute to the maintenance of PEP. The current study investigated how perceptions of performance and positive metacognitive beliefs might contribute to the persistence of PEP. Participants with SAD (  = 24) as well as anxious (  = 24) and healthy (  = 25) control participants completed a standardized social performance task in the lab. Their engagement in PEP and perceptions of performance were assessed in the week that followed. Immediately following the social task, individuals with SAD rated their performance more negatively and endorsed a greater number of positive metacognitive beliefs about PEP than did participants in...
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