Obsesyonlar, Yeme, Hastalık ve Beden ile İlişkili İstem Dışı Düşüncelerin Tanılar Üstü Yaklaşımla Ele Alınması: Çevrimiçi Günlük Uygulaması
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Unwanted intrusive thought (UIT) suddenly comes to mind involuntarly. UIT is upsetting and distressing, interrupt the job, difficult the control and accept. UITs have an important role in developing and maintaining Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and these thoughts generally have been studied in the research about OCD. However, there can be found similarities across different diagnosis and etiological explanations. These similarities can reveal higher order model that is shared by multiple diagnosis. The main aim of the proposed project is to adapt Questionnaire of Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts (QUIT) into the Turkish culture. After this study, is is planned to test whether intrusive thought is a transdiagnostic variable. Finally, it was aimed to obtain an information about phenomenological features of UITS via diary study which provide data without memory biases. The total sample for the adaptation study is 259; for the second study that evaluated transdiagnostic features of UITs is 410; and for online diary study is 51 non-clinical healthy university students. Psychometric properties of the Turkish version of the scale meet the criteria of being valid and reliable. According to the the second stage of the research, the frequency of the thoughts in four different contents was closely related. The frequency of thoughts, discomfort of thoughts and the interpretation and control strategies used for these thoughts displayed a similar pattern in each four different content. In online diary study, the results have showed that expectancy toward experiencing UIT significantly effected the frequency of the UIT. Also, it was found that being in a single risk group or in a more than one risk group did not make a difference in terms of the frequency of these thoughts and dysfunctional evaluations of them. All findings obtained as a result of the research were discussed within the framework of current literature.