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-esteem. Adv Psychiatr Treat. 1998; 4: 296–304. 5 Perczel-Forintos D. Cognitive behaviour therapy of social phobia. In: Perczel-Forintos D, Mórotz K. (eds.) Cognitive behavior therapy. [A

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: Perczel Forintos D. (szerk.) A kognitív terápia fejlődése.] Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 2011; pp. 93–108. [Hungarian] 14 Perczel Forintos D. Cognitive behavioral therapy for

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hypnosis and hypnotic susceptibility. J. Abnorm. Psychol., 1995, 104 (1), 123–131. 24 Kárpáti, J.: The role of cognitive behavior therapy in the therapy of a

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Authors: Melinda Látos, Katalin Barabás, György Lázár, Ferenc Marofka, Edit Szederkényi, Pál Szenohradszky, and Márta Csabai

4 561 571 Kopp, M., Fóris, N.: Cognitive behavioral therapy of anxiety. [A szorongás kognitív viselkedésterápiája.] Végeken sorozat

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. Rev. Psychiatry, 2013, 25 (1), 116–124. 22 Perczel Forintos, D.: Cognitive-behavioral therapy of health anxiety and somatization. In: Mórotz, K., Perczel

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, W. , et al. ( 2007 ). Cognitive behavioral therapy versus sertraline in patients with depression and poorly controlled diabetes: The Diabetes and Depression (DAD) study: A randomized controlled multicenter trial . Diabetes Care , 38 , 767 – 775

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Mental Disorders, Text Revision (DSM-IV-TR) . Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association Barsky, A.J., & Ahern, D.K. (2004). Cognitive behavior therapy for hypochondriasis: A randomized controlled trial. The Journal of

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Authors: György Ősapay and Klára Ősapay

–1030. 17 Michopoulos, V., Mancini, F., Loucks, T. L., et al.: Neuroendocrine recovery initiated by cognitive behavioral therapy in women with functional hypothalamic amenorrhea: a randomized

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Authors: Péter Kincses, Norbert Kovács, Kázmér Karádi, and János Kállai

.: A Therapist’s Guide to Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Department of Veterans Affairs, South Central MIRECC, Houston, 2008. Farabaugh, A., Locascio, J. J., Yap, L., et al.: Cognitive-behavioral therapy for

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and its treatment. She conducted several seminal clinical trials, demonstrating efficacy of cognitive behavioral therapy for the treatment of gambling disorder. She was also among the first to examine mechanisms of gambling disorder, exploring

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