Intolerance of uncertainty and negative metacognitive beliefs as transdiagnostic mediators of repetitive negative thinking in a clinical sample with anxiety disorders.

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This study aimed to replicate and extend a hierarchical model of vulnerability to worry, with neuroticism and extraversion as higher-order factors and negative metacognitions and intolerance of uncertainty as second-order factors. The model also included a transdiagnostic measure of repetitive negative thinking (RNT) and depression symptoms as outcome… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.janxdis.2013.01.006

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@article{McEvoy2013IntoleranceOU, title={Intolerance of uncertainty and negative metacognitive beliefs as transdiagnostic mediators of repetitive negative thinking in a clinical sample with anxiety disorders.}, author={Peter M. McEvoy and Alison E. J. Mahoney}, journal={Journal of anxiety disorders}, year={2013}, volume={27 2}, pages={216-24} }