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Masuda, A; Hayes, Steven C.; Sackett, CF; Twohig, MP(2004)
Cognitive defusion techniques are designed to reduce the functions of thoughts by altering the context in which they occur, rather than the attempting to alter the form, frequency, or situational sensitivity of the thoughts ...