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Farhadi M, Zamani N. Comparative Evaluation of Motion, Cognitive and Non-Planning Impulsivity in Hollander Theory . hrjbaq. 2016; 1 (3) :141-149
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Young Researchers and Elite Club, Hamedan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Hamedan, Iran , n.zamani1367@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Hollander theory was developed by America's fifth classification criteria Psychiatric Association classified in three groups. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate and compare the impulsivity in patients Hollander was recommended range.

Materials and Methods: Data population consisted of patients with body dimorphic disorder, anorexia nervosa and hypochondriasis, impaired Impulse control disorder, impaired removal of hair and skin, sexual addiction and healthy group referred to clinics, mental health and psychosocial city of Hamadan, from the society 91 patients (each 13 people) were selected to the approach, tools used Barratt impulsiveness questionnaire (1994), the data were analyzed using ANOVA.

Results: The results of this study indicate that there are differences in impulsivity, cognitive and non-planning in patients with body dimorphic disorder, anorexia nervosa and hypochondriasis, Impulse control disorder, hair and skin picking disorder, sexual addiction and healthy, and the results can be said, the group offers a wide range of high impulsivity Hollander. So that most of impulsivity were on Body Dimorphic with 982/2 ± 67/29 And anorexia nervosa and hypochondriasis and sexual addiction disorder were second with an average of 34/29,Momentum with 598/2 ± 28 disturbances in the control group and pulling hair and skin with a 465/2 ± 67/26 lowest Hollander’s theory of impulsivity.

Conclusion: According to the results we conclude that the nature of these disorders; as Hollander was introduced; are risky behaviors including impulsive behaviors in all impulsivity, cognitive and non-planning dimensions.

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Received: 2016/06/29 | Revised: 2019/11/13 | Accepted: 2016/08/27 | Published: 2016/09/1

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