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RMJ. 2019; 44(4): 789-783


Recovery beliefs and relapse tendencies in addicts: Moderating role of self-control

MUHAMMAD QASIM, MUHAMMAD NAVEED RIAZ, MUHAMMAD ASIM.

Abstract
Objective: The study examined the moderating role of self-control between recovery beliefs and prediction of relapse tendencies among adult addicts.
Methodology: This study had been conducted in Sargodha, Islamabad, Lahore, and Kashmir cities of Pakistan and was completed in one year. Three instruments including Recovery Attitude Questionnaire, Self-Control Scale and Advance Warning of Relapse Questionnaire were used for data collection from 150 Adult addicts age 18 to 65 under treatment in rehabilitation centers.
Results: The findings confirmed the interaction effect of recovery beliefs and self-control on relapse tendencies among addicts.
Conclusion: The study confirmed the role of protective factors, which can be helpful in relapse prevention for drug addicts.

Key words: Recovery beliefs, self-control, Relapse prediction, warning of relapse, tendencies of relapse, Addiction.


 
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MQ, RIAZ MN, MA, . Recovery beliefs and relapse tendencies in addicts: Moderating role of self-control. RMJ. 2019; 44(4): 789-783.


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MQ, RIAZ MN, MA, . Recovery beliefs and relapse tendencies in addicts: Moderating role of self-control. RMJ. 2019; 44(4): 789-783.



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MQ, RIAZ MN, MA, . Recovery beliefs and relapse tendencies in addicts: Moderating role of self-control. RMJ. (2019), [cited March 29, 2020]; 44(4): 789-783.



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, M. Q., RIAZ, M. N., , M. A. & (2019) Recovery beliefs and relapse tendencies in addicts: Moderating role of self-control. RMJ, 44 (4), 789-783.



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, MUHAMMAD QASIM, MUHAMMAD NAVEED RIAZ, MUHAMMAD ASIM, and . 2019. Recovery beliefs and relapse tendencies in addicts: Moderating role of self-control. Rawal Medical Journal, 44 (4), 789-783.



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, MUHAMMAD QASIM, MUHAMMAD NAVEED RIAZ, MUHAMMAD ASIM, and . "Recovery beliefs and relapse tendencies in addicts: Moderating role of self-control." Rawal Medical Journal 44 (2019), 789-783.



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, MUHAMMAD QASIM, MUHAMMAD NAVEED RIAZ, MUHAMMAD ASIM, and . "Recovery beliefs and relapse tendencies in addicts: Moderating role of self-control." Rawal Medical Journal 44.4 (2019), 789-783. Print.



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, M. Q., RIAZ, M. N., , M. A. & (2019) Recovery beliefs and relapse tendencies in addicts: Moderating role of self-control. Rawal Medical Journal, 44 (4), 789-783.








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