empirically supported

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  • Also, the work of some social scientists has empirically supported this theory.
  • Empirically supported programs exist for a variety of people seeking anger management.
  • The existence of this life force is "not empirically supported".
  • Theory-driven research using principles from FTT provides empirically supported recommendations that can be applied in many fields.
  • In terms of updated scoring, the authors only selected variables that have been empirically supported in the literature.
  • One of Selman's principal additions to the theory has been an empirically supported developmental theory of role taking ability.
  • In some respects empirically supported principles, like those supporting FAP are more important than empirical support for treatment packages.
  • One of the most empirically supported intervention approaches is applied behavioral analysis, particularly in regard to early intensive home-based therapy.
  • Because the Response Styles Theory has been empirically supported, this model of rumination is the most widely used conceptualization.
  • The training emphasizes empirically supported treatments known as evidence based psychotherapies.
  • The clinic specializes in offering a specialized empirically supported form of individual and group therapy.
  • Thus, the tendency for individuals to display their association with a successful source and a tendency for individuals to conceal their association with a losing team was empirically supported.
  • Increasing public awareness of empirically supported treatments and of cognitive therapy in particular will also be a major initiative of ACT.
  • In his book, Beck provided a comprehensive and empirically supported look at depression - its potential causes, symptoms, and treatments.
  • The American Psychological Association has identified two levels of criteria which are used to consider an intervention "empirically supported".
  • Kenneth Dodge's SIP model is one of, if not the most, empirically supported models relating to aggression.
  • He makes a distinction between the standard core of a scientific discipline, that at a certain point in time should only include relatively reliable and empirically supported ideas, and the cloud of speculative hypothesis surrounding it.
  • For adolescents, cognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal therapy have been empirically supported as effective treatment options.
  • However, if the Dodo bird verdict is proven to be false, then clinicians would likely have to use empirically supported therapies when treating their clients.
  • Emotionally focused therapy (EFT) is an empirically supported humanistic treatment that arose out of emotion theory and attachment theory.
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