empirically validated

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  • These novels, previously called comic books, have been empirically validated as being the most effective didactic tool to educate the youth of our nation.
  • These cues have not been empirically validated to demonstrate deception in scientific studies.
  • Today, EFT-C is one of the most empirically validated types of couples therapy.
  • The study found that this could be used as a basis "to make psychodynamic psychotherapy an "empirically validated" treatment."
  • While understanding the components of social competence continue to be empirically validated, the assessment of social competence is not well-studied and continues to develop in procedures.
  • Measures of OCBs typically consist of a rating scale of items that have been empirically validated as being OCBs.
  • Physicians are recommended to educate themselves and their patients about the empirically validated benefits and precautions associated with pediatric massage.
  • Gulenko has offered a number of hypotheses, including the "DCHN" subtype system, the first such system to be empirically validated.
  • Marian Breland Bailey played a major role in developing empirically validated and humane animal training methods and in promoting their widespread implementation.
  • Since the journal is archival, it is assumed that the ideas presented are important, have been well analyzed, and/or empirically validated and are of value to the computer science and engineering research or practitioner community.
  • Dr. Taylor is a research and practitioner of Applied Behavior Analysis, an empirically-validated methodology which is used to teach individuals with autism.
  • The introduction of this hypothesis has refined TMT, and led to new avenues of research that formerly could not be assessed due to the lack of an empirically validated way of measuring death-related cognitions.
  • Scientific American criticised the film for failing to note that the scientific method deals only with explanations that can be tested or empirically validated, and so logically cannot use untestable religious or "design based" explanations.
  • Based on basic behavioral principles, it is empirically validated, with more than 20 years of research supporting its use, Prolonged exposure is a flexible therapy that can be modified to fit the needs of individual clients.
  • ACT is considered an empirically validated treatment by the American Psychological Association, with the status of "Modest Research Support" in depression and "Strong Research Support" in chronic pain, with several others specific areas such as psychosis and work site stress currently under review.
  • The lack of interventions interested Suinn and is what motivated him and his graduate students to develop anxiety management training, an empirically validated anxiety reduction procedure (Deffenbacher, 1999).
  • In collaboration with Dr. Sally Rogers, Dawson developed and empirically-validated the Early Start Denver Model, the first comprehensive early intervention program for very young children with autism.
  • Fama's findings were sought to be empirically validated by a significant body of research, ultimately finding that large variance in expected changes in the spot rate could only be accounted for by risk aversion coefficients that were deemed "unacceptably high."
  • Clark, Nguyen, and Sweller (2006) describe this as a very effective, empirically validated method of teaching learners procedural skill acquisition.
  • Empirically validated behavioral treatments for substance use disorder are fairly similar across substance use disorders, and include behavioral couples therapy, CBT, contingency management, motivational enhancement therapy, and relapse prevention.
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