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Psychotherapists from all professions and perspectives periodically struggle to effectively manage a patient's resistance to change. This article provides definitions and examples of patient-treatment matching applied to patient resistance or reactance. We report the results from an original meta-analysis of 12 select studies (N = 1,102) on matching(More)
In this correspondence, we introduce a new imaging method to obtain high-resolution (HR) images. The image acquisition is performed in two stages, compressive measurement and optimization reconstruction. In order to reconstruct HR images by a small number of sensors, compressive measurements are made. Specifically, compressive measurements are made by a(More)
In this paper, we model a specific relay channel named relay multiple access channel (RMAC) aiming at providing a clue to select the relay node in multiple access channels such as the uplink of cellular communication system. In this channel, the relay node not only aids to send the information of the source but also sends its private message to the(More)
OBJECTIVE This study examined whether therapists' facilitative interpersonal skills (FIS) would prospectively predict the outcomes of therapies that occurred more than one year later. METHOD Therapists were 44 clinical psychology trainees who completed the FIS performance task and a self-reported measure of social skills in the initial weeks of their(More)
OBJECTIVES This study aimed to develop a culturally adapted version of the Systematic Treatment Selection-Innerlife (STS) in China. METHODS A total of 300 nonclinical participants collected from Mainland China and 240 nonclinical US participants were drawn from archival data. A Chinese version of the STS was developed, using translation and(More)
Our goals in this study were to define the factorial structure of treatment expectations for a sample of treatment-seeking clients and to understand the predictive validity of those expectations. A sample of 353 clients who were about to begin counseling at a university counseling center or at a psychology clinic completed the Expectations About(More)
  • Xiaoxia Song
  • 2011
Due to the fact that each sensor node of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is usually powered by batteries which cannot be recharged in most cases, there exist a contradiction between the limited energy supply and the demand of a long network lifetime. The emerging compressed sensing (CS) theory provides a promising scheme to alleviate this contradiction. The(More)
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