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Cognitive behavioural therapy with adjunctive pharmacotherapy in the treatment of alcohol use disorders : summary of Australian data

Connor, Jason , Feeney, Gerald F.X. , & Young, Ross McD. (2008) Cognitive behavioural therapy with adjunctive pharmacotherapy in the treatment of alcohol use disorders : summary of Australian data. In Moore, K. (Ed.) Psychology Making an Impact : Proceedings Psychology making an impact: the Australian Psychological Society 42nd Annual Conference, 25-29 September 2007, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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Table of Contents Social ecology of information exchange in networked teams: Lessons from biological motor control Eugene Aidman, Christina Stothard............................................................................................1 Auditory biological motion processing: The eyes alone don‟t have it! Lauren Bartsch, Rick Van der Zwan, David Cottrell, Anna Brooks………...............................7 The impact of a measure of social support on individual morale, distress, and satisfaction Gavin J.Beccaria, M.Anthony Machin……………………………………………..…………12 Mothers who kill repeatedly: Is justice possible when mothers violate stereotypes of benevolence? Sharmila Betts, Jane Goodman-Delahunty……………………………………………………17 Systematic graded exposure in vivo in multidisciplinary chronic pain management groups: Can it enhance outcomes? Vida V.Bliokas, Tania K.Cartmill………………………………………………….…………22 Puberty blues: The relationship between pubertal development, gender, coping, stress, and psychological adjustment Laura Boscaglia, Sophia Xenos, John Reece………………………………………...………..27 The role of a rational conceptual context as a framework for effective therapy: Evidence from practice-based experience Penny J.Brabin………………………………………………………………………..……….32 Interhemispheric differences in processing biological motion cues Anna Brooks, Elena Clara, Alira Capararo, Coralia MacHatch, Rick van der Zwan……...….37 Intergenerational family communication about mammography: Young women‟s perceptions, intentions and experiences Jessica L.Browne, Amy Y.C.Chan…………………………………………………………....42 The relationship among conceptions of knowledge, approaches to learning, personality, and academic success Lorelle J.Burton……………………………………………………………………………….47 Civil liability for cyber bullying in schools: A new challenge for psychologists, schools and lawyers Des Butler……………………………………………………………………………………..52 Apathy in drink-spiking protective behaviours amongst university students Nerina J.Caltabiano, Marie L.Caltabiano……………………………………………………..57 Social barriers to breastfeeding explored using the social representations theoretical framework Sandra Canney, Gail Moloney…………………………………………………………...……62 Counterfactual thinking in response to hypothetical breast cancer scenarios: A pilot study Amy Y.C.Chan, Sandra C.Jones, Karen Rich…………………………………..…………….67 “If only…”: Counterfactual thinking heightens women‟s sense of responsibility regarding mammography screening Amy Y.C.Chan, Sandra C.Jones, Karen Rich……………………………………………...…72 A social representations analysis of hypothetical organ allocation decisions Kylie Clark, Gail Moloney……………………………………………………………..……..77 Organisational connectedness and well-being Wendell Cockshaw, Ian Shochet…………………………………………………………..........................................….83 Cognitive functioning in the later years: The contribution of estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) and psychosocial variables to episodic memory performance M.Elizabeth Collerson, Nancy Pachana, Michael S.Humphreys………………………..……88 Can work preferences (personality based) differentiate between employees scoring high or low in general mental health? Genevieve V.S.Colling, Richard E.Hicks……………………………………………………..93 Very superstitious: Dissociation, control and unusual beliefs Francesca E.Collins………………………………………………………………………...…98 Cognitive behavioural therapy with adjunctive pharmacotherapy in the treatment of alcohol use disorders: Summary of Australian data Jason P.Connor, Gerald F.X.Feeney, Ross Young…………………………………..………103 The relative impacts of sexual orientation and gender on perceptions of domestic violence Laura L.Cook, Nadine Pelling…………………………………………………………...…..108 Focus group findings: Successful aging of Australian baby boom career women Lyn Courtney, Nerina Caltabiano, Marie Caltabiano………………………………………..113 The impact of self-efficacy and pain on the quality of life of persons with spinal cord injury Ashley Craig, Yvonne Tran, James Middleton………………………………………..……..118 Seclusion – Demographics and beyond Lynn Davies, Rick Van der Zwan, Doug Andrews………………………………………….123 Applying the elaboration likelihood model to assess the credibility of Indigenous Australian suspects Sowmya Devaraj, Jane Goodman-Delahunty…………………………………………..……128 The selection of controlled gambling in Australian problem gambling treatment services Nicki Dowling……………………………………………………………………………….133 The application of the transtheoretical model to problem gambling Nicki Dowling, Eileen Clancy Browne, Amelia McDermott………………………….…….138 Attachment style, gender and time spent online as predictors of internet “addiction” Michele J.Fleming, Tania L.Harrison………………………………………………………..143 Calibration in tennis: The role of feedback, gender, and expertise Gerard J.Fogarty, Anthony Ross……………………………………………………………..148 Disclosing a hepatitis C diagnosis: Stigmatised if you do, isolated if you don‟t Margaret Fry, Glen Bates…………………………………………………………………….153 A dissociative pathway between companion animal bonding and enhanced human health Jacqueline R.Gately, Francesca E.Collins, Felicity C.L.Allen……………………...……….159 Can multimedia facilitate jury understanding of DNA evidence? Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Lindsay Hewson………………………………………………...164 Intimate partner abuse among Australian students: Prevalence and attitudes Celeste Grant, Sophia Xenos, David Smith, John Reece………………………………...…..169 Adolescents and physical activity: The role of attitudinal, normative and control beliefs Kyra Hamilton, Katherine M.White………………………………………………………....175 Evaluation of a group behavioural family intervention for families of young children with developmental disabilities Justin M.D.Harrison, Anthony P.Thompson………………………………………………...180 Goal involvement, sport related self-confidence, and competitive anxiety in elite athletes Nathalie Hassmén, Peter Hassmén…………………………………………………………..185 Personality factors related to amotivation in elite athletes Nathalie Hassmén, Peter Hassmén…………………………………………………………..190 Football coaches recovering from burnout Peter Hassmén, Göran Kenttä, Sören Hjälm…………………………………………..……..196 Multidimensional aspects of acculturation and the psychological adjustment of Sinhala immigrants in Australia Malkanthi G.Hettiarachchi, Trang Thomas……………………………………………….…201 The relationship between attachment style and adjustment to bereavement among Hong Kong Chinese Samuel M.Y.Ho, George Bonanno, Cecilia L.W.Chan, Claudia P.Y.Wong…….......………206 Explanatory style and posttraumatic growth after bereavement: A study among college students in Hong Kong Samuel M.Y.Ho, Jasmine Chung………………………………………………………...…..211 A social identity approach to party drug use and associated harm minimisation Adam Hynes, Lucy Zinkiewicz……………………………………………………...………216 Enhancing adolescent wellbeing: Coping skills training for girls Clare A.Ivens, Lucy M.Goode, Erica Frydenberg……………………………………..…….222 Cyberbullying by young people: A criminal matter for psychologists? Sally Kift…………………………………………………………………………………..…228 Do individuals differ on the degree to which they value experiences? Lauren Krause, Julie Fitness………………………………………………………………....233 56% of respondents in a Queensland sample report significant pain: Examining the nature of significant pain in a community sample Cathryne P.Lang, Karen A.Sullivan, Patsy Yates……………………………………...…….236 Empathy as a mediator between parental attachment and adolescent aggression Filomena Lay, Diane Szarkowicz, Graham Tyson…………………………………………..242 Understanding engagement in the middle years of school: Relationships with coping and wellbeing Jodie Lodge, Erica Frydenberg, Elizabeth Freeman, Esther Care………………….………..247 Cross-cultural training for orientation student leaders Anita S.Mak……………………………………………………………………………….....252 Drink spiking: An examination of prevalence and predictors – Part 2 Bridget A.McPherson, David I.Smith, Lisa M.Negri …..…………………………….……..257 Experiences and needs of family members of someone with BPD Wenda G.McPherson, Roslyn Galligan ………………………………………………….….262 Promoting adult resilience in the workplace: Synthesizing mental health and work-life balance approaches Prudence Millear, Poppy Liossis, Ian Shochet, Herbert Biggs, Maria Donald…….………..267 The relationship of social anxiety to Erickson‟s life stages Kathleen A.Moore, David Mellor…………………………………………………………....272 Distinguishing between healthy and unhealthy eating behaviour: A personality trait perspective Kathryn Mullen, Jeff Patrick………………………………………………………………...277 Generation X women: Can they have it all? Kylie D.Murphy, Trang Thomas………………………………………………………….....282 Parenting Practices and their Relationship to Resilience in Preschool Children Annette Mutimer, John Reece, Jan Matthews.........................................................................287 Repeated measures of psychological change in residential clients of an alcohol and drug treatment program John Nolan, Anthony Thompson…………………………………………………………….292 Cognitive and personality predictors of financial literacy among adult Australians Kathryn L.Noon, Gerard J.Fogarty…………………………………………………….…….297 Victim credibility in acquaintance rape cases: The influence of complainant intoxication and expectations about alcohol-involved sexual behaviour Kate O’Brien, Jane Goodman-Delahunty………………………………………………..…..302 Motivation to motherhood Filia Papadimitriou, Roger Cook………………………………………………………….....307 Expatriates‟ goal orientation, self-efficacy, and cross-cultural work adjustment Helen M.Parker, Anita S.Mak……………………………………………………………….312 Do Christian concepts and principles have a place in academia? A case study in integration Nola L.Passmore…………………………………………………………………………......317 Predictors of psychological distress in people with recently diagnosed spinal cord injury Kathryn Nicholson Perry, Michael Nicholas, James Middleton……………………...……..322 Media perceptions of the jury: Myth or reality? Jessica Pratley, Jane Goodman-Delahunty, David Tait…………………………………..….327 The transition to university: Factors predicting academic performance in undergraduate students Tara Quinlivan, Sophia Xenos, Andrea Chester, John Reece…………………………...…..332 Local and global cues are incorporated into perceptions of biological motion Russell J Reid, Anna Brooks, Olaf Blanke, Rick Van der Zwan………………........………337 Dissociation as an outcome of childhood trauma, adult personality, and adjustment Helene M.Richardson, Greg Murray, Glen Bates……………………………………………342 Dissociation.Is it continuous or categorical? A taxometric analysis Helene M.Richardson, Greg Murray, Ben Williams……………………………...…………347 Psychosocial Correlates of Resilience in Early Adulthood Adrian J.Schembri, John Reece…………………………………………………………..….352 Cancer survivors as providers of peer support: Their reasons for volunteering Caroline A.Schwerkolt, Kathleen A.Moore………………………………………………….357 Building resilience in emergency service personnel through organisational structures Jane Shakespeare-Finch………………………………………………………………….…..362 Group „debriefing‟ following „critical incidents‟: The controversies, lessons to be learnt, and new directions and practices in supporting the mental health of staff and others following „critical incidents‟ Liz Short……………………………………………………………………………………..366 Benefits of legal parentage recognition of non-birth mothers in families of lesbian couples Liz Short…………………………………………………………………………………..…371 Attachment, sense of coherence, and psychological health in adolescents and young adults: Test of a mediating model Andrew Staniforth, Ross B.Wilkinson………………………………………………………376 Psychological correlates of training load among athletes Peter C.Terry, Sandor A.Galambos, Jared West, Cristina A.Iizuka……………...………….381 Exploring resilience in Indigenous Australian adolescents Helen Thomas, John Reece, Sophie Xenos……………………………………………...…..387 Do smoking cues make you want to smoke? And is it your parents fault? Serena R.Thorpe, Richard E.Hicks…………………………………………………..………392 HEAT: Building social capital Carol Tutchener……………………………………………………………………...………397 BRAVO! Building resilience and victim‟s optimism: An intervention program for victims of school bullying Emma Wade, John Reece, Emma Little……………………………………………………..401 Putting fluid intelligence into the selection pot with crystallized intelligence and personality measures James R.Warn, William R.Bowman, Jordan B.Peterson……………………………...……..406 Concern about the use of the new ecological paradigm scale on Australian populations Hannah Whittle, Rick Van der Zwan, Anna Brooks………………………………….……..411 The relationship between negative mood states and fatigue Nirupama Wijesuriya, Yvonne Tran, Ashley Craig…………………………………………415 The adjustment of African refugee resettlers in a regional Australian city Jennifer S.Wilson, Anthony Thompson…………………………………………………..….420 Time in therapy: Psychologists‟ reactions to working within treatment time limits Tracey Wright, Christopher Lennings…………………………………………………...…..425 Burnout in mental health clinicians working with borderline personality disorder Laura J.Younis, Ross M.King…………………………………………………………….….430

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ID Code: 20974
Item Type: Conference Paper
Keywords: Alcohol, Dependence, Treatment, Pharmacotherapy, Behaviour
ISBN: 0909881332
Subjects: Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES (110000) > CLINICAL SCIENCES (110300) > Psychiatry (incl. Psychotherapy) (110319)
Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES (110000) > PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (111500) > Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (111502)
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Health
Current > Institutes > Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation
Copyright Owner: Copyright 2008 Australian Psychological Society
Deposited On: 30 Jun 2009 10:31
Last Modified: 29 Feb 2012 23:40

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