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Publications on the ACBS website that are relevant to the Aging in Context SIG (


Davis, E.L., Deane, F.P., Lyons, G.C., and Barclay, G.D. (2017) Is Higher Acceptance Associated With Less Anticipatory Grief Among Patients in Palliative Care? Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.

Davis, E.L., Deane, F.P., Lyons, G.C., Barclay, G.D., Bourne, J, & Connolly, V. (2017) Feasibility Randomised Controlled Trial of a Self-help Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Intervention for Grief & Psychological Distress in Carers of Palliative Care Patients. Journal of Health Psychology.

Davis, E.L. (2017). Adjustment at end of life and in bereavement for patients and carers in palliative care: The role of acceptance and valued-living. Doctoral Dissertation. University of Wollongong. 

Davis, E. L., Deane, F. P., & Lyons, G. C. (2016). An acceptance and commitment therapy self-help intervention for carers of patients in palliative care: Protocol of a feasibility randomised controlled trial. Journal of Health Psychology.

Davis, E.L., Deane, F. P., & Lyons, G.C. (2016) Prediction of Individual Differences in Adjustment to Loss: Acceptance and Valued-living as Critical Appraisal and Coping Strengths. Death Studies.

Davis. E. L., Deane, F. P, and Lyons, G. C. (2014) Acceptance and valued living as critical appraisal and coping strengths for caregivers dealing with terminal illness and bereavement. Palliative and Supportive Care.