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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy modules: Differential impact on treatment processes and outcomes
A modular, transdiagnostic approach to treatment design and implementation may increase the public health impact of evidence-based psychosocial interventions. Such an approach relies on algorithms for selecting and ...
Comparing experiential acceptance and cognitive reappraisal as predictors of functional outcome in individuals with serious mental illness
Background: Two psychological regulation strategies to cope with psychotic symptoms proposed by the cognitive behavioral tradition were examined in this study: cognitive reappraisal and experiential acceptance. Although ...
Examining the role of psychological inflexibility, perspective taking, and empathic concern in generalized prejudice
Research to-date on generalized prejudice has focused primarily on personality factors. Further work is needed identifying manipulable variables that directly inform antiprejudice interventions. This study examined three ...
Burnout among the addiction counseling workforce: The differential roles of mindfulness and values-based processes and work-site factors
Although work-site factors have been shown to be a consistent predictor of burnout, the importance of mindfulness and values-based processes among addiction counselors has been little examined. In this study, we explored ...
Deictic Relational Responding, Empathy, and Experiential Avoidance as Predictors of Social Anhedonia: Further Contributions from Relational Frame Theory
Social anhedonia has been linked to the development and exacerbation of psychosis. The present study explored the hypothesis that scores in social anhedonia are related to deictic relational responding, empathic concern, ...