Monthly Archives: February 2021

Daily support and negative control during a quit attempt in single-smoking couples






CONCLUSIONS: Support seems important during a quit attempt as it was related to a lower probability of smoking and higher relationship satisfaction in couples, while negative control behaviors should be avoided as they were associated with higher probability of smoking and lower relationship satisfaction. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2021 APA, all rights reserved). Continue reading

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Web-based self-help intervention for partners of cancer patients based on acceptance and commitment therapy and self-compassion training: a randomized controlled trial with automated versus personal feedback






CONCLUSION: This study demonstrates that a Web-based intervention based on ACT and self-compassion training with automated or personal feedback does not seem to improve psychological distress; however, it may have the potential to support partners of cancer patients to cope with the difficult situation they are facing. The condition with personal feedback seemed to be more beneficial. Continue reading

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The relationship between quality of life and coping strategies of children with EB and their parents.






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The relationship between quality of life and coping strategies of children with EB and their parents.
Orphanet J Rare Dis. 2021 Jan 30;16(1):53
Authors: Mauritz PJ, Bolling M, Duipmans JC, Hagedoorn… Continue reading

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