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Refining an algorithm-powered just-in-time adaptive weight control intervention: A randomized controlled trial evaluating model performance and behavioral outcomes.

Stephanie P Goldstein, J Graham Thomas, Gary D Foster, Gabrielle Turner-McGrievy, Meghan L Butryn, James D Herbert, Gerald J Martin, Evan M Forman,

Suboptimal weight losses are partially attributable to lapses from a prescribed diet. We developed an app (OnTrack) that uses ecological momentary assessment to measure dietary lapses and relevant lapse triggers and provides personalized intervention using machine learning. Initially, tension between user burden and complete data was resolved by presenting a ... Read more >>

Health Informatics J (Health informatics journal)
[2020, 26(4):2315-2331]

Cited: 4 times

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Corrigendum to 'Acute treatment of inpatients with psychotic symptoms using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Pilot result' [Behaviour Research and Therapy 44 (2006) 415-437].

Brandon A Gaudiano, James D Herbert,

Behav Res Ther (Behaviour research and therapy)
[2020, 124:103534]

Cited: 1 time

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Erratum to: The relationship between dorsolateral prefrontal activation and speech performance-based social anxiety using functional near infrared spectroscopy.

Lisa H Glassman, Anootnara T Kuster, Jena A Shaw, Evan M Forman, Meltem Izzetoglu, Alyssa Matteucci, James D Herbert,

Brain Imaging Behav (Brain imaging and behavior)
[2018, 12(3):917]

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Application of Machine Learning to Predict Dietary Lapses During Weight Loss.

Stephanie P Goldstein, Fengqing Zhang, John G Thomas, Meghan L Butryn, James D Herbert, Evan M Forman,

BACKGROUND:Individuals who adhere to dietary guidelines provided during weight loss interventions tend to be more successful with weight control. Any deviation from dietary guidelines can be referred to as a "lapse." There is a growing body of research showing that lapses are predictable using a variety of physiological, environmental, and ... Read more >>

J Diabetes Sci Technol (Journal of diabetes science and technology)
[2018, 12(5):1045-1052]

Cited: 6 times

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Differential Programming Needs of College Students Preferring Web-Based Versus In-Person Physical Activity Programs.

Stephanie P Goldstein, Evan M Forman, Meghan L Butryn, James D Herbert,

College students report several barriers to exercise, highlighting a need for university-based programs that address these challenges. In contrast to in-person interventions, several web-based programs have been developed to enhance program engagement by increasing ease of access and lowering the necessary level of commitment to participate. Unfortunately, web-based programs continue ... Read more >>

Health Commun (Health communication)
[2018, 33(12):1509-1515]

Cited: 2 times

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The relationship between dorsolateral prefrontal activation and speech performance-based social anxiety using functional near infrared spectroscopy.

Lisa H Glassman, Anootnara T Kuster, Jena A Shaw, Evan M Forman, Meltem Izzetoglu, Alyssa Matteucci, James D Herbert,

Functional near-infrared (fNIR) spectroscopy is a promising new technology that has demonstrated utility in the study of normal human cognition. We utilized fNIR spectroscopy to examine the effect of social anxiety and performance on hemodynamic activity in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC). Socially phobic participants and non-clinical participants with varying ... Read more >>

Brain Imaging Behav (Brain imaging and behavior)
[2017, 11(3):797-807]

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Internet-Delivered Acceptance-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Social Anxiety Disorder With and Without Therapist Support: A Randomized Trial.

Marina Gershkovich, James D Herbert, Evan M Forman, Leah M Schumacher, Laura E Fischer,

Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is one of the most prevalent psychiatric disorders in the United States. Although evidenced-based behavioral treatments are available, less than 20% of those with SAD receive treatment. Internet-based interventions can address barriers to treatment access, and guided Internet-based treatments have been demonstrated to be effective for ... Read more >>

Behav Modif (Behavior modification)
[2017, 41(5):583-608]

Cited: 10 times

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Project HELP: a Remotely Delivered Behavioral Intervention for Weight Regain after Bariatric Surgery.

Lauren E Bradley, Evan M Forman, Stephanie G Kerrigan, Stephanie P Goldstein, Meghan L Butryn, J Graham Thomas, James D Herbert, David B Sarwer,

<h4>Background</h4>Weight regain following bariatric surgery is common and potentially compromises the health benefits initially attained after surgery. Poor compliance to dietary and physical activity prescriptions is believed to be largely responsible for weight regain. Patients may benefit from developing specialized psychological skills necessary to engage in positive health behaviors over ... Read more >>

Obes Surg (Obesity surgery)
[2017, 27(3):586-598]

Cited: 21 times

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A Pilot Study of an Acceptance-Based Behavioral Intervention for Weight Regain After Bariatric Surgery.

Lauren E Bradley, Evan M Forman, Stephanie G Kerrigan, Meghan L Butryn, James D Herbert, David B Sarwer,

<h4>Background</h4>Tens of thousands of bariatric surgery patients each year experience sub-optimal weight loss, significant regain, or both. Weight regain can contribute to a worsening of weight-related co-morbidities, and for some, leads to secondary surgical procedures. Poor weight outcomes have been associated with decreased compliance to the recommended postoperative diet. Decreased ... Read more >>

Obes Surg (Obesity surgery)
[2016, 26(10):2433-2441]

Cited: 13 times

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The Effects of a Brief Acceptance-Based Behavioral Treatment Versus Traditional Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Public Speaking Anxiety: An Exploratory Trial Examining Differential Effects on Performance and Neurophysiology.

Lisa H Glassman, Evan M Forman, James D Herbert, Lauren E Bradley, Elizabeth E Foster, Meltem Izzetoglu, Anthony C Ruocco,

Individuals with public speaking anxiety (PSA) experience fear and avoidance that can cause extreme distress, impaired speaking performance, and associated problems in psychosocial functioning. Most extant interventions for PSA emphasize anxiety reduction rather than enhancing behavioral performance. We compared the efficacy of two brief cognitive-behavioral interventions, a traditional cognitive-behavior treatment ... Read more >>

Behav Modif (Behavior modification)
[2016, 40(5):748-776]

Cited: 5 times

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Can evaluative conditioning decrease soft drink consumption?

Jena A Shaw, Evan M Forman, Hallie M Espel, Meghan L Butryn, James D Herbert, Michael R Lowe, Chantal Nederkoorn,

The present study examined the effect of a picture-picture evaluative conditioning (EC) procedure on soft drink (soda) outcomes, including negative implicit attitudes, consumption during a taste test, and real-world consumption reported during the week after the intervention. In the EC condition (n = 43), soda images were paired with disgust images and ... Read more >>

Appetite (Appetite)
[2016, 105:60-70]

Cited: 4 times

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A Survey of Bariatric Surgery Patients' Interest in Postoperative Interventions.

Lauren E Bradley, David B Sarwer, Evan M Forman, Stephanie G Kerrigan, Meghan L Butryn, James D Herbert,

<h4>Background</h4>A substantial minority of bariatric surgery patients display clinically significant weight regain and recurrence of obesity-related comorbidities. Although postoperative follow-up and behavioral interventions are associated with better weight loss outcomes, many patients fail to attend or receive these services. More information is needed to better target and increase the probability ... Read more >>

Obes Surg (Obesity surgery)
[2016, 26(2):332-338]

Cited: 5 times

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An open trial of Acceptance-based Separated Family Treatment (ASFT) for adolescents with anorexia nervosa.

C Alix Timko, Nancy L Zucker, James D Herbert, Daniel Rodriguez, Rhonda M Merwin,

Family based-treatments have the most empirical support in the treatment of adolescent anorexia nervosa; yet, a significant percentage of adolescents and their families do not respond to manualized family based treatment (FBT). The aim of this open trial was to conduct a preliminary evaluation of an innovative family-based approach to ... Read more >>

Behav Res Ther (Behaviour research and therapy)
[2015, 69:63-74]

Cited: 10 times

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Acceptance-based treatment and quality of life among patients with an eating disorder.

Adrienne S Juarascio, Leah M Schumacher, Jena Shaw, Evan M Forman, James D Herbert,

This study assessed the relationship between acceptance-based constructs and quality of life (QOL) among patients with an eating disorder, as well as whether an acceptance-based treatment group could improve QOL. Patients (n = 105) at a residential treatment center received treatment as usual (TAU) or TAU plus twice-weekly acceptance and ... Read more >>

J Contextual Behav Sci (Journal of contextual behavioral science)
[2015, 4(1):42-47]

Cited: 1 time

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An open trial of videoconference-mediated exposure and ritual prevention for obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Elizabeth M Goetter, James D Herbert, Evan M Forman, Erica K Yuen, J Graham Thomas,

The gold-standard treatment for OCD is exposure and ritual prevention (ERP), yet despite its well-established efficacy, only a small percentage of OCD patients have access to this treatment. Remote treatments (e.g., videoconferencing) are becoming increasingly popular avenues for treatment delivery and show promise in increasing patient access to evidence-based mental ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
[2014, 28(5):460-462]

Cited: 13 times

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The discrepancy between implicit and explicit attitudes in predicting disinhibited eating.

Stephanie P Goldstein, Evan M Forman, Nachshon Meiran, James D Herbert, Adrienne S Juarascio, Meghan L Butryn,

Disinhibited eating (i.e., the tendency to overeat, despite intentions not to do so, in the presence of palatable foods or other cues such as emotional stress) is strongly linked with obesity and appears to be associated with both implicit (automatic) and explicit (deliberative) food attitudes. Prior research suggests that a ... Read more >>

Eat Behav (Eating behaviors)
[2014, 15(1):164-170]

Cited: 7 times

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mHealth: a mechanism to deliver more accessible, more effective mental health care.

Matthew Price, Erica K Yuen, Elizabeth M Goetter, James D Herbert, Evan M Forman, Ron Acierno, Kenneth J Ruggiero,

<h4>Unlabelled</h4>The increased popularity and functionality of mobile devices has a number of implications for the delivery of mental health services. Effective use of mobile applications has the potential to (a) increase access to evidence-based care; (b) better inform consumers of care and more actively engage them in treatment; (c) increase ... Read more >>

Clin Psychol Psychother (Clinical psychology & psychotherapy)
[2014, 21(5):427-436]

Cited: 138 times

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The importance of theory in cognitive behavior therapy: a perspective of contextual behavioral science.

James D Herbert, Brandon A Gaudiano, Evan M Forman,

For the past 30 years, generations of scholars of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) have expressed concern that clinical practice has abandoned the close links with theory that characterized the earliest days of the field. There is also a widespread assumption that a greater working knowledge of theory will lead to ... Read more >>

Behav Ther (Behavior therapy)
[2013, 44(4):580-591]

Cited: 4 times

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Exploring frontal asymmetry using functional near-infrared spectroscopy: a preliminary study of the effects of social anxiety during interaction and performance tasks.

Lori-Ann Tuscan, James D Herbert, Evan M Forman, Adrienne S Juarascio, Meltem Izzetoglu, Maria Schultheis,

Preliminary studies examining brain function associated with social anxiety suggest the possibility of right-sided prefrontal activation associated with phobic stimulation. Although most existing neuroimaging techniques preclude participants from engaging in ecologically valid social tasks during assessment, functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is a promising new technique that permits such assessment. The ... Read more >>

Brain Imaging Behav (Brain imaging and behavior)
[2013, 7(2):140-153]

Cited: 23 times

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Acceptance based behavior therapy for social anxiety disorder through videoconferencing.

Erica K Yuen, James D Herbert, Evan M Forman, Elizabeth M Goetter, Adrienne S Juarascio, Stephanie Rabin, Christina Goodwin, Stéphane Bouchard,

Most individuals with social anxiety disorder (SAD) do not receive any type of treatment. Reasons include logistical barriers (e.g., geographic location, travel time), fear of stigmatization, and fear of the social interactions associated with seeking treatment. Videoconferencing technology holds great promise in the widespread delivery of evidence-based treatments to those ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
[2013, 27(4):389-397]

Cited: 31 times

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Comparison of acceptance-based and standard cognitive-based coping strategies for craving sweets in overweight and obese women.

Evan M Forman, Kimberly L Hoffman, Adrienne S Juarascio, Meghan L Butryn, James D Herbert,

Existing strategies for coping with food cravings are of unknown efficacy and rely on principles that have been shown to have paradoxical effects. The present study evaluated novel, acceptance-based strategies for coping with craving by randomly assigning 48 overweight women to either an experimental psychological acceptance-oriented intervention or a standard ... Read more >>

Eat Behav (Eating behaviors)
[2013, 14(1):64-68]

Cited: 34 times

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Long-term follow-up of a randomized controlled trial comparing acceptance and commitment therapy and standard cognitive behavior therapy for anxiety and depression.

Evan M Forman, Jena A Shaw, Elizabeth M Goetter, James D Herbert, Jennie A Park, Erica K Yuen,

The present study represents one of the first comparisons of the long-term effectiveness of traditional cognitive behavior therapy (i.e., Beckian cognitive therapy; CT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). One hundred thirty-two anxious or depressed outpatients were randomly assigned to receive either CT or ACT, and were assessed at posttreatment ... Read more >>

Behav Ther (Behavior therapy)
[2012, 43(4):801-811]

Cited: 16 times

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Treatment of social anxiety disorder using online virtual environments in second life.

Erica K Yuen, James D Herbert, Evan M Forman, Elizabeth M Goetter, Ronald Comer, Jean-Claude Bradley,

Over 80% of people with social anxiety disorder (SAD) do not receive any type of treatment, despite the existence of effective evidence-based treatments. Barriers to treatment include lack of trained therapists (particularly in nonmetropolitan areas), logistical difficulties (e.g., cost, time, transportation), concerns regarding social stigma, and fear of negative evaluation ... Read more >>

Behav Ther (Behavior therapy)
[2013, 44(1):51-61]

Cited: 13 times

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Guidelines for cognitive behavioral training within doctoral psychology programs in the United States: report of the Inter-organizational Task Force on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology Doctoral Education.

Robert K Klepac, George F Ronan, Frank Andrasik, Kevin D Arnold, Cynthia D Belar, Sharon L Berry, Karen A Christofff, Linda W Craighead, Michael J Dougher, E Thomas Dowd, James D Herbert, Lynn M McFarr, Shireen L Rizvi, Eric M Sauer, Timothy J Strauman, ,

The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies initiated an interorganizational task force to develop guidelines for integrated education and training in cognitive and behavioral psychology at the doctoral level in the United States. Fifteen task force members representing 16 professional associations participated in a year-long series of conferences, and developed ... Read more >>

Behav Ther (Behavior therapy)
[2012, 43(4):687-697]

Cited: 18 times

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Acceptance-based behavior therapy to promote HIV medication adherence.

Ethan Moitra, James D Herbert, Evan M Forman,

A significant number of adults with HIV in the USA do not maintain adherence to highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) at adequate levels. Although traditional cognitive behavioral interventions have shown promise in promoting HAART adherence, acceptance-based behavior therapy (ABBT) may be particularly useful in this population. ABBT has the potential ... Read more >>

AIDS Care (AIDS care)
[2011, 23(12):1660-1667]

Cited: 21 times

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