JCBS Special Issue on ACT Process Measurement (April 2019)

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In the Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science Volume 12, Maria Karekla and Nuno Ferreira guest edited the Special Issue on ACT Process Measurement.  ACBS members can read the Special Issue on ACT Process Measurement in the JCBS portal.

The JCBS Special Issue on ACT Process Measurement contains 16 articles:

  • A review of AAQ variants and other context-specific measures of psychological flexibility
  • A systematic review of values measures in acceptance and commitment therapy research
  • Assessing psychological flexibility: Validation of the Open and Engaged State Questionnaire
  • Assessing psychological inflexibility in hoarding: The Acceptance and Action Questionnaire for Hoarding (AAQH)
  • Assessing psychological inflexibility in university students: Development and validation of the acceptance and action questionnaire for university students (AAQ-US)
  • Assessing the valuing process in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Experts' review of the current status and recommendations for future measure development
  • Development and initial validation of the Generalized Pliance Questionnaire
  • Further validation of the Chronic Pain Acceptance Questionnaire for Adolescents in a broader paediatric context
  • Network analysis: A new psychometric approach to examine the underlying ACT model components
  • Preliminary psychometric properties of the Everyday Psychological Inflexibility Checklist
  • Preliminary validation and reliability assessment of a 10-item Tacting of Function Scale
  • Psychometric properties of acceptance measures: A systematic review
  • Psychometric properties of the Avoidance and Fusion Questionnaire – Youth in Colombia
  • Scaling-up assessment from a contextual behavioral science perspective: Potential uses of technology for analysis of unstructured text data
  • The Acceptance and Action Questionnaire-II (AAQ-II) as a measure of experiential avoidance: Concerns over discriminant validity
  • The initial validation of a state version of the Cognitive Fusion Questionnaire