عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: Many biological and psychological processes could be effective in drug abuse. The aim of the present research was to determine the relationship of mindfulness skills and metacognitive beliefs with interpersonal reactivity of substance abusers.
Method: The research sample consisted of 100 who were selected from among the substance abuser that referred to clinical of addiction withdrawal through the available sampling method in the Ardabil city. To collect the data, Kentucky Inventory of Mindfulness, Meta-cognition Questionnaire and Interpersonal Reactivity Index were used.
Results: The results showed that mindfulness skills(r =-0.42) and metacognitive beliefs (r =-0.34) are related to interpersonal reactivity in substance abusers. The results of multiple regression showed positive beliefs about worry (B=- 0/346), cognitive self-consciousness (B=- 0/353), and negative beliefs about the uncontrollability of thoughts (B=- 0/301) found to be predictors for interpersonal reactivity in substance abusers. Between mindfulness skills subscales observation (B= 0/403) and accept without judgment (B= 0/346), were found to be the best predictors for interpersonal reactivity.
Conclusion: The findings of this study showed that the role of metacognitive beliefs and mindfulness skills predicted moderate reactivity to interpersonal reactivity in substance abusers. On based of this, clinicians must be use for coping with substance abuse of metacognition beliefs and mindfulness skills.