international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
The effect of cognitive-behavioral group therapy on self-efficacy, self-control and emotional control in adults with ADHD
Najmeh Amani, Kourosh Mohammadi
The purpose of this study, the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral group therapy on increasing self-efficacy, self-control and emotional control in adults with ADHD. The population of this study, all subjects had ADHD. Of the 200 active treatment over the center of the 24 people selected randomly and were divided in two groups. The results of analysis of covariance showed that the experimental group compared to the control group in all three measures of self-efficacy, self-control and emotional control, there is significant increase in post-test. Cognitive behavioral group therapy as a helpful intervention in increasing self-efficacy, self-control and control of emotions for patients treated for ADHD can be employed.