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Optimizing inhibitory learning during exposure therapy.
Mechanisms of mindfulness: emotion regulation following a focused breathing induction.
Maximizing exposure therapy: an inhibitory learning approach.
Computer Therapy for the Anxiety and Depressive Disorders Is Effective, Acceptable and Practical Health Care: A Meta-Analysis
Computerized CBT for anxiety and depressive disorders, especially via the internet, has the capacity to provide effective acceptable and practical health care for those who might otherwise remain untreated.
Worry and Rumination: Repetitive Thought as a Concomitant and Predictor of Negative Mood
Worry and depressive rumination have both been described as unproductive, repetitive thought which contributes to anxiety or depression, respectively. It was hypothesized that repetitive thought,…
Measurement of perceived control over anxiety-related events.
Anxiety disorders in older adults: a comprehensive review
- K. Wolitzky-Taylor, Natalie Castriotta, E. Lenze, M. Stanley, M. Craske
- PsychologyDepression and anxiety
- 1 February 2010
Prevalence and symptom expression of anxiety disorders in late life, as well as risk factors, comorbidity, cognitive decline, age of onset, and treatment efficacy for older adults are reviewed.
Randomized clinical trial of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) versus acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) for mixed anxiety disorders.
- Joanna J. Arch, G. Eifert, C. Davies, Jennifer C. Plumb Vilardaga, R. Rose, M. Craske
- PsychologyJournal of consulting and clinical psychology
- 7 May 2012
Overall improvement was similar between ACT and CBT, indicating that ACT is a highly viable treatment for anxiety disorders.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: Different Treatments, Similar Mechanisms?
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) researchers and scholars carry assumptions about the characteristics of these therapies, and the extent to which they…