Bardzo tanie apteki z dostawą w całej Polsce kupic viagra i ogromny wybór pigułek.

Broadening the application of metacognitive theory and therapy to physical health populations

Symposia Titles and Contributors
Symposium 1:
Broadening the application of metacognitive theory and therapy to physical health
populations

Convenor & Chair: Peter Fisher, University of Liverpool Metacognitions and negative emotions as predictors of severity of symptoms in
chronic fatigue syndrome
L Maher-Edwards, Fatigue Service, Royal Free Hospital, B. Fernie, Fatigue Service, Royal Free Hospital G. Murphy, Fatigue Service, Royal Free Hospital An examination of metacognitive beliefs and emotional distress in recently
diagnosed cancer patients
S. Cook, University of Liverpool P. Salmon, University of Liverpool P. Fisher, University of Liverpool A preliminary study of metacognitive therapy for anxiety and depression after a
G. Pazek, University of Manchester A. Wells, University of Manchester Symposium 2:
Metacognitive therapy for children and adolescents

Convenor & Chair: Michael Simons, Aachen University 1. The association between metacognitive beliefs and treatment outcome in anxiety-
disordered adolescents
D.M. Ellis, Macquarie University, Sydney
J. L. Hudson, Macquarie University, Sydney 2. Comparing individual cognitive therapy and group based CBT with attentional
placebo in adolescents with social phobia: A randomized controlled trial of
junior high school students.

J.M Ingul, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Levanger Hospital
T. Aune, Department of Psychology NTNU, Trondheim
H.M. Nordahl, Department of Psychology NTNU, Trondheim
3. PTSD in youth – a case series of metacognitive therapy
M. Simons, Aachen University
Symposium 3:
Eating Disorders

Convenor & Chair: Gillian Todd, University of East Anglia & University of Cambridge
1.
Metacognition in Anorexia Nervosa
R.A. Woolrich, Oxford & Bucks Eating Disorder service, Aylesbury M. Cooper, University of Oxford H.M. Turner, University of Oxford An examination of metacognitions and Intolerance of Uncertainty in relation to
attitudes
Predictors of eating disorder symptoms in 16 to 19 year old school girls:
A 12-month prospective cohort study

G. Todd - University of East Anglia & University of Cambridge Symposium 4:
Changing Metacognitive processes in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Convenor & Chair: Peter Fisher, University of Liverpool Changes in thought fusion-beliefs and beliefs about rituals following treatment of
OCD

S.Solem, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, B.Hansen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology K.Hagen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology P.A.Vogel, Norwegian University of Science and Technology P. Fisher, University of Liverpool, UK Metacognition and Memory in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
All subtypes welcome: An open trial of group metacognitive therapy for OCD
Symposium 5:
Social Phobia
Convenor & Chair: H. M. Nordahl, NTNU Trondheim
1. Detached mindfulness versus though challenging in high socially anxious
individuals: a comparison

S. Gkika, University of Manchester
A. Wells, University of Manchester
2. Changes in meta-cognitions as predictors of outcome in cognitive therapy
for social phobia. Results from a randomized controlled trial

T.C. Stiles, Dept of Psychology, NTNU
P.A.Vogel, Dept of Psychology, NTNU
G. Morken, INM, NTNU
A.Wells, University of Manchester
H.M. Nordahl, Dept of Psychology, NTNU

3. A Randomised, placebo-controlled trial comparing the effects of
Metacognitively enhanced cognitive therapy (mCT), paroxetine and both
mCT and paroxetine in generalized social phobia.

H.M Nordahl, Dept. of Psychology, NTNU;
A.Wells, University of Manchester
P. A. Vogel, Dept. of Psychology, NTNU
G. Morken, INU, NTNU
T.C Stiles, Dept. of Psychology, NTNU
Symposium 6:
Metacognitive Processes in Addictive Behaviours.
Convenor & Chair: M.M. Spada, London South Bank University 1. The relative contributions of metacognitive beliefs and expectancies to drinking
behaviour
M.M. Spada, London South Bank Univeristy G.B. Moneto, London Metropolitan University A. Wells, University of Manchester 2. Metacognitions as a predictor of drinking status and level of alcohol use following
CBT in problem drinkers: A prospective study.
M.M. Spada, London South Bank University G. Caselli, London South Bank University A. Wells, University of Manchester 3. The role of metacognitive processes in desire thinking.
G.Caselli, London South Bank University & Studi Cognitivi, Modena, Italy M. M. Spada, London South Bank University 4. Development and validation of the Smoking Metacognitions Questionnaire
A.V. Nikcevic, Kingston University M.M. Spada, London South Bank University Symposium 7:
Post Traumatic Stress
Convenor & Chair: A.Wells, University of Manchester 1. Metacognition, memory disorganization and rumination in posttraumatic stress
symptoms

2. Effects of Attention Training on intrusive thoughts and attention flexibility following
life stress: An experimental study

3. Metacognitive therapy versus exposure therapy in the treatment of PTSD: A
randomized controlled trial

Source: http://www.registration.no/mct2011/pages/Full%20Symposia%20details.pdf

erboristeriarcobaleno.com

Identificare il germe. Non sempre è necessario cercarlo quando è ragionevole supporne la presenza (es. Cistite occasionale  E. Coli. Fumatore con BPCO e tosse  Strepto/Haemofilus) Conoscere sensibilità del ’antibioticoo B – es. Malattia Granulomatosa Cronica  difetto di opsonizzazione. T – es. TBC, virus (HIV, EBV, CMV…), Funghi. o Combinata  SCID = Severe Combined Immu

Aqa gce question paper june 2005

General Certificate of EducationJune 2005Advanced Level Examination BIOLOGY (SPECIFICATION B) Unit 8 Section A Behaviour and Populations In addition to this paper you will require: Section B provided as an insert (enclosed);a ruler with millimetre measurements. Time allowed: The total time for Section A and Section B of this Instructions • Use blue or black ink or ball-point pen.

Copyright © 2010-2014 Medical Articles