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White Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness
Traditional debates concerning racially hierarchical societies have tended to focus on the experience of being black. White Women, Race Matters breaks with this tradition by focusing on theExpand
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The Pain Course: A randomised controlled trial of a clinician-guided Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy program for managing chronic pain and emotional well-being
&NA; Examination of a clinician‐guided Internet‐delivered cognitive behaviour therapy program for chronic pain found significant improvements in disability, anxiety, depression, and average painExpand
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A comparison of the effect of attention training and relaxation on responses to pain
&NA; This study aimed to investigate the efficacy of an attention training technique (ATT) on pain ratings, threshold and tolerance during the cold pressor task. One hundred and three undergraduateExpand
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Is there a potential role for attention bias modification in pain patients? Results of 2 randomised, controlled trials
Summary Attention bias modification resulted in positive outcomes compared to placebo in 2 randomised, controlled trials in patients with acute and chronic pain. Abstract Potential applications ofExpand
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The Pain Course: a randomised controlled trial examining an internet-delivered pain management program when provided with different levels of clinician support
Abstract The present study evaluated an internet-delivered pain management program, the Pain Course, when provided with different levels of clinician support. Participants (n = 490) were randomisedExpand
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The psychosocial correlates of depressive disorders and suicide risk in people with epilepsy.
OBJECTIVE Despite considerable effort to identify correlates of psychopathology in people with epilepsy (PWE), research has yet to identify consistent predictors. We tested the association betweenExpand
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Anxiety in epilepsy: a neglected disorder.
OBJECTIVE Anxiety disorders and symptoms are highly prevalent and problematic comorbidities in people with epilepsy (PWE), yet they remain poorly understood and often go undetected. This researchExpand
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Comparison of a Pain Management Program With Usual Care in a Pain Management Center for People With Spinal Cord Injury-related Chronic Pain
ObjectiveTo evaluate the effectiveness of a specifically modified group-based, multidisciplinary cognitive-behavioral pain management program (PMP) in comparison to usual care in a clinical sample ofExpand
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Cognitive behavior therapy for depression in people with epilepsy: A systematic review
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a recommended treatment for depression in people with epilepsy (PWE); however, a recent Cochrane review found that there was insufficient evidence that anyExpand
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Psychosocial predictors of depression and anxiety in patients with epilepsy: a systematic review.
BACKGROUND People with epilepsy (PWE) have a high chance of experiencing depression and anxiety disorders over their lifetime. However, those most at risk are unknown. Psychosocial variables haveExpand
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