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Optimizing Engagement in Behavioral Parent Training: Progress Toward a Technology-Enhanced Treatment Model☆

Deborah J. Jones, Raelyn Loiselle, Chloe Zachary, Alexis R. Georgeson, April Highlander, Patrick Turner, Jennifer K. Youngstrom, Olga Khavjou, Margaret T. Anton, Michelle Gonzalez, Nicole Lafko Bresland, Rex Forehand,

Low-income families are more likely to have a child with an early-onset Behavior Disorder (BD); yet, socioeconomic strain challenges engagement in Behavioral Parent Training (BPT). This study follows a promising pilot to further examine the potential to cost-effectively improve low-income families’ engagement in and the efficiency of BPT. Low-income families ... Read more >>

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Corrigendum to 'The Early Childhood Irritability-Related Impairment Interview (E-CRI): A Novel Method for Assessing Young Children's Developmentally Impairing Irritability' [Behavior Therapy 51(2) (2020) 294-309].

Lauren S Wakschlag, Sheila Krogh-Jespersen, Ryne Estabrook, Christina O Hlutkowsky, Erica L Anderson, James Burns, Margaret J Briggs-Gowan, Amélie Petitclerc, Susan B Perlman,

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[2020, 51(4):670-673]

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Supervised Machine Learning: A Brief Primer.

Tammy Jiang, Jaimie L Gradus, Anthony J Rosellini,

Machine learning is increasingly used in mental health research and has the potential to advance our understanding of how to characterize, predict, and treat mental disorders and associated adverse health outcomes (e.g., suicidal behavior). Machine learning offers new tools to overcome challenges for which traditional statistical methods are not well-suited. ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(5):675-687]

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Introduction to the Special Issue: The Impact and Treatment of Sleep Disturbance.

Carmen P McLean,

There is now widespread recognition that sleep disturbance is more than an epiphenomenon of psychopathology. Research on established evidence-based treatments for sleep disturbance have matured to focus on predictors and more flexible implementation modalities. Sleep disturbance overlaps and interacts with comorbid psychological disorders though a complex transdiagnostic process that impacts ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(4):519-521]

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Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia vs. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: Results of a Randomized Noninferiority Clinical Trial Among Veterans.

Adam D Bramoweth, Lisa G Lederer, Ada O Youk, Anne Germain, Matthew J Chinman,

The goal of this study was to compare a brief behavioral treatment for insomnia (BBTI), which has fewer sessions (4), shorter duration (<30-45 minutes), and delivers treatment in-person plus phone calls to cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI), which has 5 in-person sessions. The hypothesis was BBTI would be noninferior ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(4):535-547]

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Predictors of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi) Outcomes in Active-Duty U.S. Army Personnel.

Kristi E Pruiksma, Willie J Hale, Jim Mintz, Alan L Peterson, Stacey Young-McCaughan, Allison Wilkerson, Karin Nicholson, Katherine A Dondanville, Brooke A Fina, Elisa V Borah, John D Roache, Brett T Litz, Craig J Bryan, Daniel J Taylor, ,

Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTi) is well established as the first-line treatment for the management of chronic insomnia. Identifying predictors of response to CBTi should enable the field to efficiently utilize resources to treat those who are likely to respond and to personalize treatment approaches to optimize outcomes for ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(4):522-534]

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Isolating the Effects of Mindfulness Training Across Anxiety Disorder Diagnoses in the Unified Protocol.

Brittany K Woods, Shannon Sauer-Zavala, Todd J Farchione, David H Barlow,

The Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment (UP; Barlow et al., 2011) has recently demonstrated statistically equivalent therapeutic effects compared to leading cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) protocols for anxiety disorders designed to address disorder-specific symptoms (i.e., single-disorder protocols [SDP]); Barlow et al., 2017). Although all treatment protocols included similar evidence-based CBT ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(6):972-983]

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Effects of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction on Psychological Symptoms and Telomere Length: A Randomized Active-Controlled Trial.

Shian-Ling Keng, Pei Shan Looi, Elysia Li Yan Tan, Onn-Siong Yim, Poh San Lai, Soo Hong Chew, Richard P Ebstein,

Much research has demonstrated the beneficial effects of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) on psychological and physical health, but it is not known whether MBSR may impact cellular aging in healthy populations. Further, little research has evaluated MBSR against an active control condition, which precludes strong conclusions regarding the unique effects ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(6):984-996]

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An Integrated Sleep and Reward Processing Model of Major Depressive Disorder.

Elaine M Boland, Jennifer R Goldschmied, Emily Wakschal, Robin Nusslock, Philip R Gehrman,

Major depressive disorder with comorbid sleep disturbance has been associated with negative outcomes, including lower rates of treatment response and a greater likelihood of depressive relapse compared to those without sleep disturbance. However, little, if any, research has been conducted to understand why such negative treatment outcomes occur when sleep ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(4):572-587]

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Two Trajectories of Depressive Symptom Reduction Throughout Behavioral Activation Teletherapy Among Underserved, Ethnically Diverse, Primary Care Patients: A VitalSign6 Report.

Joseph M Trombello, Charles South, Alma Sánchez, Farra Kahalnik, Beth D Kennard, Madhukar H Trivedi,

While prior research has investigated trajectories of depressive symptom change throughout psychotherapy, such work has not been conducted exclusively among underserved patients receiving brief Behavioral Activation (BA) teletherapy, intervention modifications that should reduce barriers to therapy initiation and engagement. The current project used cluster analysis to determine discrete groups of ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(6):958-971]

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A Nonrandomized Trial of Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy for Combat-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in a Deployed Setting.

Alan L Peterson, Edna B Foa, Patricia A Resick, Timothy V Hoyt, Casey L Straud, Brian A Moore, James V Favret, Willie J Hale, Brett T Litz, Timothy E Rogers, Jay M Stone, Robert Villarreal, Christopher S Woodson, Stacey Young-McCaughan, Jim Mintz, ,

For many decades, the U.S. military's general operational guideline has been to limit the use of trauma-focused treatments for combat and operational stress reactions in military service members until they have returned from deployment. Recently, published clinical trials have documented that active-duty military personnel with combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(6):882-894]

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The Fears of Evaluation About Performance (FEAP) Task: Inducing Anxiety-Related Responses to Direct Exposure to Negative and Positive Evaluations.

Melanie F Lipton, Noor Qasmieh, Sarah J Racz, Justin W Weeks, Andres De Los Reyes,

Fears of negative and positive evaluation (i.e., evaluative fears) manifest within performance-based situations (e.g., public speaking, group presentations), particularly among those experiencing social anxiety. Within these performance-based situations, individuals experiencing such evaluative fears frequently display a variety of impairments (e.g., avoidance, nervousness) that might manifest within and across various settings ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(6):843-855]

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Exploring the Effects of the Mindfulness and Countering Emotional Behaviors Modules From the Unified Protocol on Dysregulated Anger in the Context of Emotional Disorders.

Clair Cassiello-Robbins, Shannon Sauer-Zavala, Leslie R Brody, David H Barlow,

Dysregulated anger in the context of emotional (e.g., mood, anxiety, related) disorders is associated with treatment attrition and a lower likelihood of responding to extant treatments. Therefore, there is a need to identify the most effective skills for targeting this anger and prioritize their delivery in treatment with the hope ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(6):933-945]

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The Relationship Between Flexible Perspective Taking and Emotional Well-Being: A Systematic Review of the "Self-as-Context" Component of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

Megan Godbee, Maria Kangas,

One of the core processes of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is "self-as-context" (SAC). SAC is conventionally taught as an extension of mindfulness, which enables individuals to focus on a stable, grounded, and enduring sense of self that is able to have a flexible perspective. There has been a growing ... Read more >>

Behav Ther (Behavior therapy)
[2020, 51(6):917-932]

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The Influence of Hair Pulling Styles in the Treatment of Trichotillomania.

Joseph F McGuire, Nicholas S Myers, Adam B Lewin, Eric A Storch, Omar Rahman,

This report investigated the improvement in Automatic and Focused styles of hair pulling among youth with trichotillomania (TTM). Youth with TTM (N = 40) participated in a clinical trial that compared habit reversal training (HRT) to treatment-as-usual (TAU). Participants completed a baseline assessment to characterize hair pulling severity, self-reported hair ... Read more >>

Behav Ther (Behavior therapy)
[2020, 51(6):895-904]

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Effectiveness of an mHealth Intervention for Infant Sleep Disturbances.

Erin S Leichman, Russell A Gould, Ariel A Williamson, Russel M Walters, Jodi A Mindell,

Bedtime problems and night wakings are highly prevalent in infants. This study assessed the real-world effectiveness of an mHealth behavioral sleep intervention (Customized Sleep Profile; CSP). Caregivers (83.9% mothers) of 404 infants (age 6 to 11.9 m, M = 8.32 m, 51.2% male) used the CSP (free and publicly available ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(4):548-558]

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Corrigendum to "Examining Positive and Negative Affect as Outcomes and Moderators of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder" [Behav. Ther. 50(6) (2019) 1112-1124].

Amy R Sewart, Andrea N Niles, Lisa J Burklund, Darby E Saxbe, Matthew D Lieberman, Michelle G Craske,

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[2020, 51(1):203]

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Changes in Emotions Over the Course of Dialectical Behavior Therapy and the Moderating Role of Depression, Anxiety, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

Skye Fitzpatrick, Katharine Bailey, Shireen L Rizvi,

Evidence-based borderline personality disorder (BPD) treatments such as dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) emphasize the acquisition and use of strategies to down regulate negative emotion. However, little research examines whether specific emotions change during DBT. Further, it is unclear if BPD-relevant comorbidities that involve heightened emotion-namely, depression, anxiety disorders, and posttraumatic ... Read more >>

Behav Ther (Behavior therapy)
[2020, 51(6):946-957]

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Distress Tolerance as a Familial Vulnerability for Distress-Misery Disorders.

Richard J Macatee, Kelly A Correa, Vivian L Carrillo, Erin Berenz, Stewart A Shankman,

Low perceived distress tolerance (DT), a trait-like individual difference factor reflecting one's perceived ability to withstand aversive affective states, has been linked with current internalizing and substance use disorders (SUDs). However, perceived DT has not been systematically evaluated as a familial, transdiagnostic vulnerability factor for internalizing and SUDs. The current ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(6):905-916]

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Delayed Bedtimes Are Associated With More Severe Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms in Intensive Residential Treatment.

Jacob A Nota, Sriramya Potluri, Kara N Kelley, Jason A Elias, Jason W Krompinger,

Delays in behavioral and biological circadian rhythms (e.g., sleep timing, melatonin secretion) are found more frequently in individuals with severe and treatment-resistant obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). In recent years, it has been documented that these delays in behavioral and biological circadian rhythms are associated with more severe OCD symptoms and poorer ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(4):559-571]

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Changes in Risk Factors During the Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Adolescents.

Jamie A Sherman, Jill Ehrenreich-May,

This study aimed to assess whether changes in potentially modifiable risk factors associated with the construct of neuroticism and common to emotional disorders (i.e., poor distress tolerance and heightened avoidance) occur in concordance with the administration of different treatment components of the Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(6):869-881]

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Low Parental Warmth and High Youth Impairment: A Recipe for Perceived Burdensomeness?

Victor Buitron, Daniella Vaclavik, Ryan M Hill, Deepika Bose, Jeremy W Pettit,

Theory and research document the role of perceived burdensomeness in the development of suicide ideation, including in youth. There is a critical need to identify and evaluate variables that foster perceived burdensomeness in youth, with an eye toward advancing etiological models and informing prevention approaches for at-risk youth who are ... Read more >>

Behav Ther (Behavior therapy)
[2020, 51(5):789-799]

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Intensive, Multi-Couple Group Therapy for PTSD: A Nonrandomized Pilot Study With Military and Veteran Dyads.

Steffany J Fredman, Alexandra Macdonald, Candice M Monson, Katherine A Dondanville, Tabatha H Blount, Brittany N Hall-Clark, Brooke A Fina, Jim Mintz, Brett T Litz, Stacey Young-McCaughan, Allison K Hancock, Galena K Rhoades, Jeffrey S Yarvis, Patricia A Resick, John D Roache, Yunying Le, Jennifer S Wachen, Barbara L Niles, Cindy A McGeary, Terence M Keane, Alan L Peterson, ,

Cognitive-behavioral conjoint therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder (CBCT for PTSD; Monson & Fredman, 2012) is efficacious in improving PTSD symptoms and relationship adjustment among couples with PTSD. However, there is a need for more efficient delivery formats to maximize engagement and retention and to achieve faster outcomes in multiple domains. ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(5):700-714]

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Reward Responsiveness and Ruminative Styles Interact to Predict Inflammation and Mood Symptomatology.

Daniel P Moriarity, Tommy Ng, Madison K Titone, Iris K-Y Chat, Robin Nusslock, Gregory E Miller, Lauren B Alloy,

Abnormal reward responsiveness and rumination each are associated with elevated inflammation and mood symptoms. Ruminating on positive and negative affect, or dampening positive affect, may amplify, or buffer, the associations of reward hyper/hyposensitivity with inflammation and mood symptoms. Young adults (N = 109) with high or moderate reward sensitivity completed ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(5):829-842]

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A Multimethod Analysis of Incompleteness and Visual "Not Just Right" Experiences in Body Dysmorphic Disorder.

Berta J Summers, Natalie L Wilver, Grace H Garratt, Jesse R Cougle,

Individuals with body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) often report engaging in repetitive behaviors aimed at reducing feelings of imperfection anchored to their appearance. "Not just right" experiences (NJREs) and incompleteness (INC) are constructs related to perfectionism that have traditionally been studied in obsessive-compulsive disorder, though recent research has also linked these ... Read more >>

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[2020, 51(5):764-773]

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