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Veisi M, Dastbaz A, Soleimani B. Developing a structural model of teacher job burnout based on cognitive distortions and Rumination, with the mediating role of Negative Automatic Thoughts and cognitive fusion. CPJ 2023; 11 (1) :15-29
URL: http://jcp.khu.ac.ir/article-1-3765-en.html
, Anvardastbaz@uok.ac.ir
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The present research aims to formulate a structural model of teacher job burnout based on cognitive distortions and Rumination, with the mediating roles of  Negative Automatic Thoughts and cognitive fusion. This study falls within the realm of descriptive research and structural equation modeling. The study's population included all middle school teachers in the city of Kamyaran during the academic year 2022-2023, with 323 individuals selected through the available sampling method. Data were collected using the Hollon & Kendall automatic thoughts Questionnaire, the Gillanders Et al Standard Cognitive Fusion Questionnaire, the Maslach & Jackson Burnout Questionnaire, the Nolen-Hoeksema Et al Rumination Questionnaire, and the Abdollahzadeh & Salar Cognitive Distortions Questionnaire. The findings of this research indicate that the structural model of teacher job burnout, based on cognitive distortions and Rumination, with the mediating roles of Negative Automatic Thoughts and cognitive fusion, has a good fit. The standardized path coefficients of the direct paths of the model from Rumination (t = 2.38), cognitive distortions (t = 3.72), cognitive fusion (t = 2.34), and Negative Automatic Thoughts (t = 2.21) to teacher job burnout were significant. Bootstrap test results showed that the indirect effect of Rumination on job burnout with the mediating role of cognitive fusion is significant (β = 0.082). The indirect effect of Rumination on job burnout with the mediating role of  Negative Automatic Thoughts is significant (β = 0.110). Similarly, the indirect effect of cognitive distortions on job burnout with the mediating role of cognitive fusion is significant (β = 0.085). The indirect effect of cognitive distortions on job burnout with the mediating role of Negative Automatic Thoughts is also significant (β = 0.061). Based on the results of this research, it seems that improving and changing cognitive distortions and Rumination provide a foundation for changing Negative Automatic Thoughts and cognitive fusion, ultimately reducing the level of teacher job burnout.
 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: psychology of human behavior
Received: 2023/03/19 | Accepted: 2023/06/15 | Published: 2023/06/20

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