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Mindfulness and Emotion Regulation: The Development and Initial Validation of the Cognitive and Affective Mindfulness Scale-Revised (CAMS-R)
As interest grows in mindfulness training as a psychosocial intervention, it is increasingly important to quantify this construct to facilitate empirical investigation. The goal of the presentExpand
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Clarifying the Construct of Mindfulness in the Context of Emotion Regulation and the Process of Change in Therapy
Bishop et al. (this issue) propose an operational definition of mindfulness developed by a recent consensus panel. The group provides a solid empirical framework from which to develop measures ofExpand
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Early alliance, alliance ruptures, and symptom change in a nonrandomized trial of cognitive therapy for avoidant and obsessive-compulsive personality disorders.
Participants were 30 adult outpatients diagnosed with avoidant personality disorder or obsessive-compulsive personality disorder who enrolled in an open trial of cognitive therapy for personalityExpand
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Predicting the effect of cognitive therapy for depression: a study of unique and common factors.
The ability of several process variables to predict therapy outcome was tested with 30 depressed clients who received cognitive therapy with or without medication. Two types of process variables wereExpand
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Change is not always linear: the study of nonlinear and discontinuous patterns of change in psychotherapy.
The study of discontinuities and nonlinear change has been a fruitful endeavor across the sciences, as these shifts can provide a window into the organization of complex systems and the processesExpand
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Discontinuities and cognitive changes in an exposure-based cognitive therapy for depression.
Significant shifts or discontinuities in symptom course can mark points of transition and reveal important change processes. The authors investigated 2 patterns of change in depression-the rapidExpand
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Some methodological and statistical issues in the study of change processes in psychotherapy.
As the number of psychotherapies with demonstrated efficacy accumulates, an important task is to identify principles and processes of change. This information can guide treatment refinement,Expand
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Reductions in Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Antibody Titers After Cognitive Behavioral Stress Management and Relationships With Neuroendocrine Function, Relaxation Skills, and Social Support in
Objective Coinfection with herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2) is common in individuals infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and may have health implications. This study examined theExpand
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An appraisal of cognitive therapy.
  • C. Robins, A. Hayes
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
  • 1 April 1993
This review describes the development of cognitive therapy (CT) for depression in the 1960s and 1970s and its application to diverse clinical populations. The question of how CT works, in terms ofExpand
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Dynamic systems theory as a paradigm for the study of change in psychotherapy: an application to cognitive therapy for depression.
Dynamic systems theory provides a conceptual framework for the study of change in psychotherapy that is consistent with that used in other sciences. A dynamic systems model of change was proposed andExpand
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