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The role of body image flexibility in the relationship between disordered eating cognitions and disordered eating symptoms among non-clinical college students.

Johanna W Wendell, Akihiko Masuda, Jane K Le,

<h4>Objective</h4>A growing body of evidence suggests that rigid and inflexible regulation and coping are at the core of psychopathology, including disordered eating (DE) problems. Employing two cross-sectional studies, the present paper investigated whether body image flexibility (BIF), a specific type of psychological flexibility, mediates the relations between DE cognitions and ... Read more >>

Eat Behav (Eating behaviors)
[2012, 13(3):240-245]

Cited: 19 times

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Mindfulness mediates the relation between disordered eating-related cognitions and psychological distress.

Akihiko Masuda, Johanna W Wendell,

The present study investigated whether mindfulness mediates the relation between disordered eating-related cognitions and negative psychological outcomes within a non-clinical college sample. Disordered eating-related cognitions were positively associated with general psychological ill-health and emotional distress in interpersonal contexts and inversely related to mindfulness. Mindfulness, which was also inversely related to ... Read more >>

Eat Behav (Eating behaviors)
[2010, 11(4):293-296]

Cited: 15 times

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Cognitive defusion versus thought distraction: a clinical rationale, training, and experiential exercise in altering psychological impacts of negative self-referential thoughts.

Akihiko Masuda, Amanda B Feinstein, Johanna W Wendell, Shawn T Sheehan,

Using two modes of intervention delivery, the present study compared the effects of a cognitive defusion strategy with a thought distraction strategy on the emotional discomfort and believability of negative self-referential thoughts. One mode of intervention delivery consisted of a clinical rationale and training (i.e., Partial condition). The other mode ... Read more >>

Behav Modif (Behavior modification)
[2010, 34(6):520-538]

Cited: 11 times

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Disordered eating-related cognition and psychological flexibility as predictors of psychological health among college students.

Akihiko Masuda, Matthew Price, Page L Anderson, Johanna W Wendell,

The present cross-sectional study investigated the relation among disordered eating-related cognition, psychological flexibility, and poor psychological outcomes among a nonclinical college sample. As predicted, conviction of disordered eating-related cognitions was positively associated with general psychological ill-health and emotional distress in interpersonal contexts. Disordered eating-related cognition was also inversely related to ... Read more >>

Behav Modif (Behavior modification)
[2010, 34(1):3-15]

Cited: 19 times

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The effects of cognitive defusion and thought distraction on emotional discomfort and believability of negative self-referential thoughts.

Akihiko Masuda, Michael P Twohig, Analia R Stormo, Amanda B Feinstein, Ying-Yi Chou, Johanna W Wendell,

Previous research has shown that rapid vocal repetition of a one-word version of negative self-referential thought reduces the stimulus functions (e.g., emotional discomfort and believability) associated with that thought. The present study compares the effects of that defusion strategy with thought distraction and distraction-based experimental control tasks on a negative ... Read more >>

J Behav Ther Exp Psychiatry (Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry)
[2010, 41(1):11-17]

Cited: 21 times

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