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The intermediate role of substance use indices in relation between trait impulsivity and emotional dysregulation with state impulsivity in chronic methamphetamine users
H Jebraeili 1, A Moradi2, M Habibi3
1- Department of Health Psychology, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran , h.jebraeili@yahoo.com
2- Department of Clinical Psychology, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
3- Department of Health Psychology, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
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Background & aim: Impulsivity is one of the most important behavioral indicators of people with substance abuse, which has been studied despite its low importance. Thus, considering the importance of studying this variable, the present study aimed to determine the mediating role of drug consumption indicators in the relationship between trait impulsivity and emotional disregulation with state impulsivity in chronic methamphetamine users.

Methods: The present study was an analytical and cross-sectional study and belonged to the correlation schemes in terms of data collection and analysis methods. The statistical population included all men consuming methamphetamine who lived in addiction treatment camps in Tehran. From this statistical population, a sample of 300 people was selected using the available sampling method and these individuals were assessed using the data sampling test, difficulty scale in emotional regulation and short form of impulsive behavior scale. Data were analyzed using correlation test and path analysis.
 
Results: The findings indicated that the proposed model had a favorable fit with the data (c = 0.42 df, CFI = 1, TLI = 1.0, SRMR=0.01 and RMSEA=0.01). Duration of methamphetamine consumption (p <0.05, β = 0.12), duration of abstinence (p<0.01, β = 0.28), difficulty in purposeful behavior (p<0.05, = 0.20) β), difficulty in controlling impulses (p<0.05, β=0.20) and lack of emotional clarity (p<0.05, β = 0.18) have a significant effect, difficulty in purposeful behavior(05/05). p<, β=0.05, difficulty in controlling impulses (p<0.05, β=0.05), lack of reflection (p<0.05, β=0.06) and excitability ( P<0.05, b = 0.03) had a significant indirect effect on impulsivity.
 
Conclusion: The impulsiveness of adjective imperfections and disturbances in emotional regulation directly and indirectly affected the impulsiveness of the state in methamphetamine users. The duration of methamphetamine use and the duration of abstinence not only had a direct effect on state impulsivity, but also mediated the effect of other variables on this variable.

 
Keywords: State Impulsivity, Adjective Impulsivity, Emotional Regulation, Substance Use, Methamphetamine
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Psychology
Received: 2018/06/3 | Accepted: 2020/01/13 | Published: 2020/05/4
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Jebraeili H, Moradi A, Habibi M. The intermediate role of substance use indices in relation between trait impulsivity and emotional dysregulation with state impulsivity in chronic methamphetamine users. Armaghane danesh. 2020; 25 (2) :240-255
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