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فاعلية العلاج القصصي في خفض اضطراب الشره العصبي والاندفاعية لدى عينة من المراهقات ‏‏

أحمد الشريفين و نور بحر

جامعة اليرموك، الأردن

Doi://10.47015/16.4.2                          

JJES,16(4), 2020, 415-437

 

 

ملخص: هدفت الدراسة إلى فحص فاعلية العلاج القصصي في خفض اضطراب ‏الشره العصبي والاندفاعية لدى عينة من المراهقات المسجلات في ‏المدارس الحكومية للبنات. تكونت عينة الدراسة من (30) طالبة من ‏الصفوف السادس، والسابع، والثامن، وتم تعيينهنّ بشكل عشوائي في ‏مجوعتين متساويتين: المجوعة التجريبية التي شاركت في برنامج العلاج ‏القصصي، والمجموعة الضابطة التي لم تشارك في أي برنامج تدخل. ‏ولتحقيق أهداف الدراسة، تم استخدام مقياس الشره العصبي، ومقياس ‏الاندفاعية. وأظهرت نتائج الدراسة وجود فروق دالة إحصائيًا بين ‏المجموعتين التجريبية والضابطة في متوسطات الدرجات على مقياس ‏الشره العصبي في الاختبار البعدي، لصالح المجموعة التجريبية. فيما ‏أظهرت النتائج عدم وجود فروق دالة إحصائيًا بين المجموعتين التجريبية ‏والضابطة في الاختبار البعدي على أبعاد: "الإلحاح السلبي"، و"البحث ‏عن المغامرة"، و"الإلحاح الإيجابي" في مقياس الاندفاعية. كما أشارت ‏نتائج المقارنات البعدية والتتبعية لدى أفراد المجموعة التجريبية إلى عدم ‏وجود فروق دالة إحصائيًا بين متوسطات القياسين البعدي والتتبعي، ‏لمقياس الشره العصبي، وأبعاد مقياس الاندفاعية، مما يعكس ثبات تأثير ‏البرنامج

 (الكلمات المفتاحية: العلاج القصصي، الشره العصبي، الاندفاعية، المراهقات)

 

The Effectiveness of Therapeutic Storytelling in Reducing ‎Binge Eating Disorder and Impulsivity among a Sample of ‎Female Adolescents ‎

 

Ahmad Al-Shrifin & Noor Bahr , Yarmouk University, Jordan

 

Abstract:

The study aimed at examining the effectiveness of therapeutic ‎storytelling in decreasing binge eating disorder and impulsivity ‎among a sample of adolescents enrolled in the public schools ‎for girls. The study sample consisted of (30) female students in ‎grades from 6 to 8. They were randomly assigned to two equal ‎groups: An experimental group that received the therapeutic ‎storytelling program and a control group that did not participate ‎in any intervention program. To achieve the aims of the study, ‎Binge Eating Disorder Scale and Impulsivity Scale were used to ‎gather study's data from the two study groups in the pre-post ‎tests and from the experimental group only in the follow-up ‎test, in addition to a Therapeutic Storytelling group-based ‎counseling program. The results of the study showed ‎statistically significant differences between the experimental ‎group and the control group in the mean degrees at Binge ‎Eating Disorder in the post-test, in favor of the experimental ‎group. However, the results showed no statistically significant ‎differences between the experimental group and the control ‎group in the post-test at the subscales of: "Negative Urgency", ‎‎"Seeking Sensation" and "Positive Urgency" dimensions in the ‎Impulsivity Scale. Also, the results of the post -and follow-up ‎comparisons pointed out that the differences were not ‎significant on the scales at Binge Eating Disorder and the ‎Impulsivity Scale Dimensions. which reflects the stability of the ‎program effect.

(Keywords: Therapeutic Storytelling, Binge Eating Disorder, Impulsivity, Adolescents)

 

 

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