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. However, even though the peculiarities of problematic Internet use have been previously analyzed by researchers, there is still no general agreement in the literature about the effectiveness of psychological interventions for Internet addiction among

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in mediating social support [ 20 ]. The aim of this study was to explore the factors contributing to PTG in a breast cancer sample receiving psychological interventions (hypnosis or music) and special attention. We hypothesized that positive coping

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.I. , Józsa , E. , Jakubovits , E. , Vargay , A. , Zsigmond , O. , & Horváth , Zs. ( 2017 ). Evidence based research on the role of hypnosis as a psychological intervention in the care of breast cancer patients: a randomised prospective controlled

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., Hogberg, M.C., & Berman, B. (2002). Psychological interventions in rheumatoid arthritis: Metaanalysis of randomized controlled trials. Arthritis Care and Research, 47, 291—302. Astin, J.A., Shapiro, S.L., & Eisenberg, D

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Simonton, C. O., Matthews-Simonton, S. , & Sparks, F. T. (1980). Psychological intervention in the treatment of cancer. Psychosomatics , 21 (3), 226–233. Sparks F. T. Psychological

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disorder. Early Interv. Psychiatry, 2007, 1 (1), 19–26. 23 Ehlers, A., Clark, D. M.: Early psychological interventions for adult survivors of trauma: a review. Biol

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Authors: Emőke Adrienn Hompoth, Natália Gálosi, László Becsei, and Annamária Töreki

, Fűrészné Balogh V, et al. Associations between depression symptoms, psychological intervention and perinatal complications. J Clin Psychol Med Settings 2019 May 29. 10.1007/s10880-019-09632-4 . [Epub ahead of print

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Simone Rodda, Stephanie S. Merkouris, Charles Abraham, David C. Hodgins, Sean Cowlishaw, and Nicki A. Dowling

Introduction Systematic reviews have reported that face-to-face psychological interventions are effective in treating problem gambling ( Thomas et al., 2011 ). Evidence supports the utility of cognitive-behavioral therapies

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quality of life. Increasing treatment-seeking behavior, providing customized psychological interventions, and effectively managing AUD may decrease the high levels of chronicity in GD. Furthermore, research on GD such as phenomenological studies and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Martina Goslar, Max Leibetseder, Hannah M. Muench, Stefan G. Hofmann, and Anton-Rupert Laireiter

setting, family setting]), the mode of delivery (face-to-face [FTFTs] vs. self-guided treatments [SGTs]), and the type of psychological intervention. The type of psychological intervention was analyzed by dividing psychological strategies into the

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