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  • relapse
  • Held together by contextual cognitive behavioral therapy as a unifying theme, perspectives discussed include acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectic behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness-based relapse prevention (MBRP), motivational interviewing (MI), and metacognitive therapy (MCT), among others. (newharbinger.com)
  • substance
  • In this study, we report on an approach to prevention that attempts to counteract peer influence by interrupting the process of deviant peer clustering, in which socially marginalized youth self-aggregate and reinforce delinquent behavior, including substance use. (medworm.com)
  • Substance abuse and binge eating are both characterized by loss of control over consummatory behaviors. (goodtherapy.org)
  • cognitive
  • With all chapters extensively revised to reflect the expanding knowledge base in addictive behavior, the second edition incorporates recent advances in such areas as behavioral genetics, neuroscience, dual diagnosis, contingency management, cognitive expectancy, children of alcoholics, drug subcultures, and motivation enhancement. (sirsi.net)
  • young adult
  • Consideration of future consequences as a moderator of the willingness-behavior relationship for young adult marijuana use and consequences. (medworm.com)
  • The author of numerous articles in the area of health behavior, his chief research focus is adolescent and young adult alcohol abuse. (sirsi.net)
  • engage
  • The socially reactive path includes behavioral willingness, descriptive normative perceptions, and favorable images of individuals who engage in health-risk behavior (prototype favorability) as important predictors of health behaviors. (medworm.com)
  • Using a mediation-analytical approach with three age- and gender-matched groups - overweight/obese adults with ( n = 42) and without ( n = 104) BED, and normal-weight control participants ( n = 73) - we tested the hypothesis that adults with BED would engage in more addictive behaviors and have higher scores on a personality-risk index than the two control groups. (frontiersin.org)
  • Contrary to expectation, BED participants did not engage in more addictive behaviors or have higher personality-risk scores than their weight-matched counterparts. (frontiersin.org)
  • Stress
  • Offspring in both physical and psychological prenatal stress groups demonstrated significant increase in anxiety-like behavior in EPM paradigm, but no alterations were observed in motor and balance function of animals. (tu-dortmund.de)
  • Book
  • This book is written for people experiencing current grief and loss, including losing a loved one, the breakup of a relationship, a job loss, chronic health problems or illness, and other stressful life events that foster feelings of loss, who find themselves turning to addictive behaviors in order to cope. (johnreedbooks.com.au)
  • provides
  • This paper provides an overview and update of RP for addictive behaviors with a focus on developments over the last decade (2000-2010). (isharonline.org)
  • The focus on a nonjudgmental stance and acceptance of one's self while also facing challenges and changing behaviors provides readers with the key tools needed to change their lives. (johnreedbooks.com.au)
  • control
  • Part of A New Direction: Criminal and Addictive Thinking module, in "CRIMINAL AND ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOR: TACTICS", inmates candidly discuss the tactics they have used to exact power and control over others-in prison and out of prison. (reelizations.com)