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Background: Mechanisms of behavior change (MOBC) in treating drinking problems is a topic of growing importance.
Background: This article explores the conceptual foundations of the search for mechanisms of change in psychotherapy and behavior change approaches.
Background: Definitive results from efforts to identify mechanisms of change in behavioral treatments for alcohol use disorders have been elusive. The working hypothesis guiding this paper is that one of the reasons for this elusiveness is that the models we hypothesize to account for treatments...
Background: Over the past three decades, the main question of interest to alcohol treatment researchers has concerned the main effects of a particular behavioral intervention or what works. Increasingly, alcohol treatment researchers are turning their attention to the underlying psychological,...
Background: While causal modeling is generally well known to alcohol researchers, several causal structures (including suppression, mediated moderation, and moderated mediation) are often poorly understood and seldom employed when investigators seek to model the complex mechanisms of behavior...
Background: The aim of this study was to identify therapist behaviors during a brief motivational intervention (BMI) given to injured emergency department patients that predicted participant return for a second BMI session and 12‐month alcohol‐related outcomes.
Background: This article provides some commentary on six brief presentations on treatment processes and mediators of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment effects that were made at the 2005 Research Society on Alcoholism Satellite Preconference on “The Search for Mechanisms of Change in...
Background: Recent research has observed that the use of confrontation in psychosocial treatment for alcohol abuse or dependence has a negative effect on posttreatment alcohol use among patients at average or above average levels of trait anger. It is not known what mediates that negative...
Most research concerning change in drinking behavior has taken place within the context of specialized treatment for a help‐seeking population. However, treatment approaches with different purported mechanisms of action yield very similar results, suggesting that common elements, rather than...
Background: Identifying in‐session indicators of client outcomes is important in determining the mechanisms of psychotherapeutic treatments, including Motivational Interviewing (MI). The current studies sought to determine if clinician behavior influences client speech, and the extent to which...
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