LinkFest! January 2015

Papers most-clicked recently from my Twitter account.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy etc

A Meta-Analysis of the Efficacy of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for adults who stutter: Psychosocial adjustment and speech fluency

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as a Treatment for Scrupulosity in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for #OCD and OC Spectrum Disorders: A Review

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy group for treatment-resistant participants: A randomized controlled trial

Using acceptance and commitment therapy to increase self-compassion: RCT

Experiential avoidance mediates the link between maternal attachment style and theory of mind

‘Feel the Feeling’: Psychological practitioners’ experience of ACT well-being training in the workplace


General interest

Why don’t therapists use exposure? And how psychological flexibility can help.

Does asking about suicide and related behaviours induce suicidal ideation? What is the evidence?

Categories That Should Be Removed From Mental Disorders Classifications: Perspectives of Clinicians From 8 Countries



A Systematic Review of Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Treatments for Social Anxiety Disorder

Mindfulness-based training in residential settings: rationale, advantages and obstacles



The body image psychological inflexibility scale: Development and psychometric properties

Further development in the assessment of psychological flexibility: A shortened Committed Action Questionnaire

Validating Measures of Psychological Flexibility in a Population With Acquired Brain Injury


Behavioral Activation

Behavioral activation in acute inpatient psychiatry: A multiple baseline evaluation

A feasibility study of behavioural activation for depressive symptoms in adults with intellectual disabilities


Psychotherapy processes research: ways forward?

Assessing Functional Relations in Single-Case Designs – quantitative proposals

A translational approach to the functional analysis of language in #psychotherapy


Experimental analyses & RFT

Relational Frame Theory for clinical use: The example of metaphor

Empirical Investigation of the Role of Self, Hierarchy, and Distinction in a Common ACT Exercise (self as context)

Experimental analysis of defusion exercise in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: The mechanism is not clear



The influence of thought control on the experience of persecutory delusions & auditory hallucinations in daily life

Towards a better understanding of caregiver distress in early psychosis: A systematic review of psychological factors

Self-affirmation and nonclinical paranoia – experimental study

Negative communication in #psychosis: understanding pathways to poorer patient outcomes



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