All Relations between aversion and belief

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Heather L Nickrand, Cara M Broc. Culinary Grief Therapy: Cooking for One Series. Journal of palliative medicine. vol 20. issue 2. 2018-02-23. PMID:27602803. cognitive behavioral therapy is used to address irrational beliefs, feelings of depression or anger, and avoidance or numbing behaviors with a goal of leading the individual to adapting to a life, which no longer includes the lost loved one. 2018-02-23 2023-08-13 Not clear
Annie Palstam, Anette Larsson, Monika Löfgren, Malin Ernberg, Jan Bjersing, Indre Bileviciute-Ljungar, Björn Gerdle, Eva Kosek, Kaisa Mannerkorp. Decrease of fear avoidance beliefs following person-centered progressive resistance exercise contributes to reduced pain disability in women with fibromyalgia: secondary exploratory analyses from a randomized controlled trial. Arthritis research & therapy. vol 18. issue 1. 2017-11-08. PMID:27209068. decrease of fear avoidance beliefs following person-centered progressive resistance exercise contributes to reduced pain disability in women with fibromyalgia: secondary exploratory analyses from a randomized controlled trial. 2017-11-08 2023-08-13 human
Jakob M Burgstaller, Maria M Wertli, Johann Steurer, Alfons G H Kessels, Ulrike Held, Hans-Fritz Gramk. The Influence of Pre- and Postoperative Fear Avoidance Beliefs on Postoperative Pain and Disability in Patients With Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Analysis of the Lumbar Spinal Outcome Study (LSOS) Data. Spine. vol 42. issue 7. 2017-08-07. PMID:27509192. the influence of pre- and postoperative fear avoidance beliefs on postoperative pain and disability in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis: analysis of the lumbar spinal outcome study (lsos) data. 2017-08-07 2023-08-13 Not clear
Amy Hardy, Richard Emsley, Daniel Freeman, Paul Bebbington, Philippa A Garety, Elizabeth E Kuipers, Graham Dunn, David Fowle. Psychological Mechanisms Mediating Effects Between Trauma and Psychotic Symptoms: The Role of Affect Regulation, Intrusive Trauma Memory, Beliefs, and Depression. Schizophrenia bulletin. vol 42 Suppl 1. 2017-06-30. PMID:27460616. this relationship was mediated by posttraumatic avoidance and numbing (or = 1.48, se = 0.19, p = .038) and hyperarousal (or = 1.44, se = 0.18, p = .045), but not intrusive trauma memory, negative beliefs or depression. 2017-06-30 2023-08-13 human
Natalie E Hundt, Juliette M Mott, Shannon R Miles, Jennifer Arney, Jeffrey A Cully, Melinda A Stanle. Veterans' perspectives on initiating evidence-based psychotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorder. Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice and policy. vol 7. issue 6. 2016-11-14. PMID:25915648. barriers included fears that ebp would increase symptoms, beliefs that avoidance was helpful, disbelief of the therapy rationale, particularly for pe, and less commonly, lack of knowledge about ebp. 2016-11-14 2023-08-13 Not clear
Caroline L Donovan, Monique C Holmes, Lara J Farrel. Investigation of the cognitive variables associated with worry in children with Generalised Anxiety Disorder and their parents. Journal of affective disorders. vol 192. 2016-09-16. PMID:26702733. intolerance of uncertainty (iu), negative beliefs about worry (nbw), positive beliefs about worry (pbw), negative problem orientation (npo) and cognitive avoidance (ca) have been found to be integral in the conceptualisation of generalised anxiety disorder (gad) in adults, yet they have rarely been investigated in children with gad. 2016-09-16 2023-08-13 Not clear
Adriaan Louw, Emilio J Puentedura, Ina Diener, Randal R People. Preoperative therapeutic neuroscience education for lumbar radiculopathy: a single-case fMRI report. Physiotherapy theory and practice. vol 31. issue 7. 2016-07-01. PMID:26395827. she completed pre- and post-education measures including visual analog scale (vas) for lbp and leg pain; oswestry disability index (odi); fear avoidance beliefs questionnaire (fabq); pain catastrophizing scale (pcs) and a series of likert-scale questions regarding beliefs and attitudes to lumbar surgery (ls). 2016-07-01 2023-08-13 Not clear
Carmen Valiente, Maria Provencio, Regina Espinosa, Almudena Duque, Franziska Evert. Insight in paranoia: The role of experiential avoidance and internalized stigma. Schizophrenia research. vol 164. issue 1-3. 2016-03-28. PMID:25823400. we investigated the patterns of association of insight with satisfaction with life, self-esteem, depression, anxiety and psychotic psychopathology as moderated by self-stigmatizing beliefs and experiential avoidance, in a sample of 47 participants with persecutory beliefs and diagnosed with schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder. 2016-03-28 2023-08-13 human
Johanna Thomtén, Rebecka Lundahl, Karin Stigenberg, Steven Linto. Fear avoidance and pain catastrophizing among women with sexual pain. Women's health (London, England). vol 10. issue 6. 2015-12-21. PMID:25482484. the present study used the fear-avoidance model from musculoskeletal pain as a theoretical frame of reference, and examined fear-avoidance beliefs, avoidance behaviors, pain catastrophizing and symptoms of anxiety and depression among women (18-35 years) reporting sexual pain. 2015-12-21 2023-08-13 Not clear
Asa Dedering, Tina Börjesso. Assessing fear-avoidance beliefs in patients with cervical radiculopathy. Physiotherapy research international : the journal for researchers and clinicians in physical therapy. vol 18. issue 4. 2014-08-21. PMID:23233349. the study sought to evaluate validity and reliability of the fear avoidance beliefs questionnaire and the tampa scale for kinesiophobia in patients with cervical radiculopathy. 2014-08-21 2023-08-12 Not clear
Natasha Vorontsova, Philippa Garety, Daniel Freema. Cognitive factors maintaining persecutory delusions in psychosis: the contribution of depression. Journal of abnormal psychology. vol 122. issue 4. 2014-07-25. PMID:24364615. they completed interviewer and self-report assessments of depression and paranoia, and measures of six cognitive factors (schematic beliefs, experiential avoidance, autobiographical memory, problem solving, rumination, worry style). 2014-07-25 2023-08-12 human
Natasha Vorontsova, Philippa Garety, Daniel Freema. Cognitive factors maintaining persecutory delusions in psychosis: the contribution of depression. Journal of abnormal psychology. vol 122. issue 4. 2014-07-25. PMID:24364615. cognitive processes found to be associated with depression across the groups were negative schematic beliefs about the self, experiential avoidance and rumination, but not autobiographical memory or problem solving. 2014-07-25 2023-08-12 human
Keong Yap, Christopher Mogan, Michael Kyrio. Obsessive-compulsive disorder and comorbid depression: the role of OCD-related and non-specific factors. Journal of anxiety disorders. vol 26. issue 5. 2012-09-21. PMID:22495108. the current study examines the influence of ocd-related factors (autogenous obsessions and obsessional beliefs) and non-specific factors (avoidance and anxiety) on depression severity in a sample of ocd patients. 2012-09-21 2023-08-12 human
Keong Yap, Christopher Mogan, Michael Kyrio. Obsessive-compulsive disorder and comorbid depression: the role of OCD-related and non-specific factors. Journal of anxiety disorders. vol 26. issue 5. 2012-09-21. PMID:22495108. although there were no significant differences between the two groups on these variables, depression severity was positively correlated with anxiety, avoidance, obsessional beliefs, and autogenous obsessions in the whole sample. 2012-09-21 2023-08-12 human
Elise Roy, Gaston Godin, Jean-François Boudreau, Philippe-Benoit Côté, Véronique Denis, Nancy Haley, Pascale Leclerc, Jean-François Boivi. Modeling initiation into drug injection among street youth. Journal of drug education. vol 41. issue 2. 2011-09-27. PMID:21887997. among the 352 participants, high control beliefs about avoidance of initiation was protective while younger age, daily alcohol consumption, heroin use, cocaine use, and survival sex all increased risk of initiation. 2011-09-27 2023-08-12 human
Jeremy Walsh, Toby Hal. Classification of low back-related leg pain: do subgroups differ in disability and psychosocial factors? The Journal of manual & manipulative therapy. vol 17. issue 2. 2011-07-14. PMID:20046554. forty-five subjects with low back-related leg pain completed the oswestry disability index, the hospital anxiety and depression scale, and the fear avoidance beliefs questionnaire. 2011-07-14 2023-08-12 human
Jeremy Walsh, Toby Hal. Classification of low back-related leg pain: do subgroups differ in disability and psychosocial factors? The Journal of manual & manipulative therapy. vol 17. issue 2. 2011-07-14. PMID:20046554. it was found that the pns subgroup had significantly greater disability compared to all other subgroups and significantly greater fear avoidance beliefs about physical activity compared to the cs and d subgroups. 2011-07-14 2023-08-12 human
Alice Kongsted, Else Johannesen, Charlotte Leboeuf-Yd. Feasibility of the STarT back screening tool in chiropractic clinics: a cross-sectional study of patients with low back pain. Chiropractic & manual therapies. vol 19. 2011-07-14. PMID:21526986. they completed the sbt, the major depression inventory (mdi), the fear avoidance beliefs questionnaire (fabq), and the coping strategies questionnaire. 2011-07-14 2023-08-12 Not clear
Steven De Peuter, Thomas Janssens, Ilse Van Diest, Linda Stans, Thierry Troosters, Marc Decramer, Omer Van den Bergh, Johan W S Vlaeye. Dyspnea-related anxiety: The Dutch version of the Breathlessness Beliefs Questionnaire. Chronic respiratory disease. vol 8. issue 1. 2011-06-17. PMID:21172990. principal component analysis and item-total correlations suggested a reliable (reduced) 11-item bbq (cronbach's alpha = .85) with two factors converging with the tsk factors: a 'somatic focus' factor assessing the harmfulness of dyspnea and the underlying pathology and an 'activity avoidance' factor assessing beliefs that activity should be avoided. 2011-06-17 2023-08-12 Not clear
Rachel C Manos, Shawn P Cahill, Chad T Wetterneck, Christine A Conelea, Ashley R Ross, Bradley C Rieman. The impact of experiential avoidance and obsessive beliefs on obsessive-compulsive symptoms in a severe clinical sample. Journal of anxiety disorders. vol 24. issue 7. 2010-11-30. PMID:20627655. (2009), who examined how well experiential avoidance (ea) and obsessive beliefs predicted obsessive-compulsive (oc) symptoms in a non-clinical sample. 2010-11-30 2023-08-12 Not clear