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research-article | 12-April-2019

Therapeutic reactance in adolescents: the psychometrics of the Therapeutic Reactance Scale in adolescents

Introduction According to psychological reactance theory, individuals perceive that they have freedom of behavior. When this freedom is perceived to be removed, or threatened with removal, individuals enter into a motivational state (with emotional and cognitive components) that has the potential to energize behavioral and cognitive efforts toward restoring this freedom (1,2). This motivational state is what Brehm originally defined as psychological reactance, and is often described as state

Richard A. Inman, Ana Margarida Sousa, Diana Cunha, Paulo Moreira

Scandinavian Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, Volume 7 , 20–28

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