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      Drink refusal training as part of a combined behavioral intervention: effectiveness and mechanisms of change.

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          Many trials have demonstrated the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral interventions for alcohol dependence, yet few studies have examined why particular treatments are effective. This study was designed to evaluate whether drink refusal training was an effective component of a combined behavioral intervention (CBI) and whether change in self-efficacy was a mechanism of change following drink refusal training for individuals with alcohol dependence.

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          Journal
          J Consult Clin Psychol
          Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
          American Psychological Association (APA)
          1939-2117
          0022-006X
          Jun 2012
          : 80
          : 3
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Department of Psychology, Washington State University, Vancouver, WA 98686, USA. Katie.witkiewitz@wsu.edu
          2012-02227-001 NIHMS348757
          10.1037/a0026996
          3349797
          22289131

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