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Objectives : The aim of this study was to investigate relationship between perceived stress level, cognitive emotion regulation (CER) strategy and hope in group with high depressive symptom and higher-level perceived stress (H-H) and group with high depressive symptom and lower-level perceived stress (H-L) in patients with depression. Method : A total of 85 patients (over score of 16 by Beck depression Inventory; BDI) were surveyed with Cognitive emotion regulation questionnaire (CERQ), Perceived stress scale (PSS), and The state hope scale (SHS). Mean scores of CERQ and SHS were compared between relatively higher perceived stress and lower perceived stress groups. Correlation analysis and multiple linear regression analyses were performed to identify the effect of BDI, PSS and CER strategy on SHS in two groups. Results : In ANOVA, the level of hope and maladaptive CERQ score proved to be significantly lower among the H-H group than among the H-L group , while adaptive CERQ scores were not. In Regression analysis, the effective CER strategy in SHS were ‘Refocus on planning’ in H-H group, while it was ‘Acceptance’ CER strategy in H-L group. The final regression model explained 36% of the variance of SHS in H-H group and explained 21% of SHS in H-L group. Conclusion : These findings suggest that ‘Refocus on planning’ and ‘Acceptance’ cognitive emotion strategy are helpful in promotion of state hope on depression. Especially, ‘Refocus on planning’ strategy is more effective in high depressive symptom and high-perceived stress level, while ‘Acceptance’ strategy help to promote hope in high depressive symptom and low-perceived stress level in patients with depression. (J of Kor Soc for Dep and Bip Disorders 2011;9:78-87)


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