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In this study, we compared the effect of group and cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) in clinically referred patients with chronic insomnia. The participants were 32 individually treated primary insomniacs and 74 individuals with either primary or secondary insomnia treated in a group (5–7...
Complicated grief (CG) is characterized by recurrent distressing emotions and intrusive thoughts related to the loss of a loved one and avoidance of reminders of the deceased. Poor sleep quality characterizes CG. Cognitive–behavioral therapy and interpersonal psychotherapy reduce CG symptom...
This study explored differences in sleep between older African Americans (AA) and Caucasians (CA) at risk for sleep-disordered breathing. Seventy AA and 70 CA were compared on ambulatory monitoring sleep variables and on self-reports on health and socioeconomic status (SES). After controlling...
Cognitive therapy has been shown effective in the treatment of several psychological and health-related disorders. It is also increasingly used in the management of insomnia. This article outlines some principles and applications of this therapeutic approach as adapted to the treatment of...
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