The Japanese Journal of Personality
Online ISSN : 1349-6174
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Interpersonal Intolerance of Ambiguity, Information-processing Style, and Mental Health
Takanari Tomono
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2009 Volume 18 Issue 1 Pages 61-63

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This study examined whether information-processing style mediated the effect of interpersonal intolerance of ambiguity (IIA) on mental health. Path analysis showed that IIA had a positive effect on stress response. Rationality mediated the effect, and there was a direct effect as well. On the other hand, intuition did not mediate it. These results suggested that rationality to some extent played an important role as a mediator between IIA and mental health

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