Validación del inventario de pensamientos negativos en respuesta al dolor en población argentina con cefaleas primarias
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dolor
pensamientos automáticos negativos (PAN)
inventario de pensamientos negativos en respuesta al dolor (INTRP)
estructura factorial
headaches headaches
pain
automatic negative thoughts (PAN)
inventory of negative thoughts in response to pain (INTRP)
factor structure

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Moretti , L. S., Domínguez-Lara, S., Muñoz-Navarro, R., Cano-García, J., & Medrano, L. A. (2020). Validación del inventario de pensamientos negativos en respuesta al dolor en población argentina con cefaleas primarias. Terapia Psicológica. Recuperado a partir de http://teps.cl/index.php/teps/article/view/342

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Procesos cognitivos tales como pensamientos negativos son importantes moduladores de la experiencia de dolor. El Inventario de Pensamientos Negativos en Respuesta al Dolor (INTRP) es una herramienta que permite evaluar los pensamientos automáticos negativos asociados a la experiencia dolorosa. El presente trabajo se enfoca en la validación del INTRP en población argentina. Se testearon varios modelos previos, llegando al mejor ajuste el modelo de cinco factores: 1) autoverbalizaciones negativas, 2) pensamientos negativos de apoyo social, 3) pensamientos de discapacidad, 5) pensamientos de falta de control y 5) pensamientos de autoinculpación. Este modelo posee la misma estructura factorial que la hallada en la versión española, el cual posee un nivel mayor de especificidad en la detección de cogniciones asociadas al dolor. Se puede concluir que el INTRP es una herramienta confiable para su uso en el ámbito clínico que permita enfocar la terapia psicológica de argentinos con cefaleas.

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