Specificity of effects of cognitive behavior therapy on coping, acceptance, and distress tolerance in a randomized controlled trial for smoking cessation.

@article{Kapson2012SpecificityOE,
  title={Specificity of effects of cognitive behavior therapy on coping, acceptance, and distress tolerance in a randomized controlled trial for smoking cessation.},
  author={Heather Schloss Kapson and Meaghan A. Leddy and David A. F. Haaga},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={68 12},
  pages={1231-40}
}
OBJECTIVE Although there is extensive evidence of the efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), it is less certain what potential mechanisms of change are specifically affected by CBT interventions. This study was intended to test the specific effects of CBT on compensatory coping skills, acceptance, and distress tolerance or persistence. METHOD Using data from a randomized controlled trial of 8-session group CBT and a time-matched comparison condition for cigarette smokers, we… CONTINUE READING
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