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Distress tolerance treatment for early-lapse smokers - Rationale, program description, and preliminary findings
A significant percentage of individuals attempting smoking cessation lapse within a matter of days, and very few are able to recover to achieve long-term abstinence. This observation suggests that many smokers may have ...
Is it the sound or your relationship to it? The role of acceptance in predicting tinnitus impact
Tinnitus is an experience of sound in the absence of an appropriate external source. A symptom that can accompany most central or peripheral dysfunctions of the auditory system, tinnitus can lead to significant distress, ...
Acceptance and commitment: Implications for prevention science
Recent research in behavior analysis and clinical psychology points to the importance of language processes having to do with the control of negative cognition and emotion and the commitment to valued action. Efforts to ...
Evaluation of mediators of change in the treatment of epilepsy with acceptance and commitment therapy
The present study examined the mediators of change accounting for outcomes of a previously published study on acceptance and commitment therapy for the self-management of epilepsy and its life restricting impact. Conducted ...