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    1. Fehm, L; Dilcher, K; Margraf, JR
      Suppression of unwanted thoughts: comparing two versions of an experimental paradigm

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE UND PSYCHOTHERAPIE
    2. Rassin, E
      Thought suppression, memory, and interrogative suggestibility

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    3. Beilock, SL; Afremow, JA; Rabe, AL; Carr, TH
      "Don't miss!" - The debilitating effects of suppressive imagery on golf putting performance

      JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY
    4. Cordova, JV
      Acceptance in behavior therapy: Understanding the process of change

      BEHAVIOR ANALYST
    5. Toll, BA; Sobell, MB; Wagner, EF; Sobell, LC
      The relationship between thought suppression and smoking cessation

      ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS
    6. Oliver, KG; Huon, GF
      Eating-related thought suppression in high and low disinhibitors

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS
    7. Sharp, TJ; Harvey, AG
      Chronic pain and posttraumatic stress disorder: Mutual maintenance?

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    8. Abramowitz, JS; Tolin, DF; Street, GP
      Paradoxical effects of thought suppression: A meta-analysis of controlled studies

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    9. O'Connor, KP
      Clinical and psychological features distinguishing obsessive-compulsive and chronic tic disorders

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    10. Rassin, E; Merckelbach, H; Muris, P
      Thought suppression and traumatic intrusions in undergraduate students: a correlational study

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    11. Rafnsson, FD; Smari, J
      Chronic thought suppression and obsessionality: the relationships between the White Bear Suppression Inventory and two inventories of obsessive-compulsive symptoms

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    12. Smari, J; Hermodsdottir, IH
      Obsessive-compulsive symptoms, white noise and intrusions of self-relevantnegative thoughts in a thought suppression paradigm

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    13. Yzerbyt, VY; Corneille, O; Dumont, M; Hahn, K
      The dispositional inference strikes back: Situational focus and dispositional suppression in causal attribution

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    14. Forster, J; Liberman, N
      The role of attribution of motivation in producing postsuppressional rebound

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Lee, RM; Liu, HTT
      Coping with intergenerational family conflict: Comparison of Asian American, Hispanic, and European American college students

      JOURNAL OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Blackledge, JT; Hayes, SC
      Emotion regulation in acceptance and commitment therapy

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    17. Teachman, BA; Gregg, AP; Woody, SR
      Implicit associations for fear-relevant stimuli among individuals with snake and spider fears

      JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
    18. Sugiura, Y
      Worry as actively controlled thinking: A cognitive perspective

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    19. Rassin, E
      The contribution of thought-action fusion and thought suppression in the development of obsession-like intrusions in normal participants

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    20. Rassin, E; Diepstraten, P; Merckelbach, H; Muris, P
      Thought-action fusion and thought suppression in obsessive-compulsive disorder

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    21. Sharp, TJ
      Chronic pain: a reformulation of the cognitive-behavioural model

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    22. Purdon, C; Clark, DA
      Suppression of obsession-like thoughts in nonclinical individuals: impact on thought frequency, appraisal and mood state

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    23. Lynch, TR; Robins, CJ; Morse, JQ; Krause, ED
      A mediational model relating affect intensity, emotion inhibition, and psychological distress

      BEHAVIOR THERAPY
    24. Wenzlaff, RM; Eisenberg, AR
      Mental control after dysphoria: Evidence of a suppressed, depressive bias

      BEHAVIOR THERAPY
    25. Rassin, E; Merckelbach, H; Muris, P
      Paradoxical and less paradoxical effects of thought suppression: A critical review

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    26. Blumberg, SJ
      The white bear suppression inventory: revisiting its factor structure

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    27. Davis, RN; Valentiner, DP
      Does meta-cognitive theory enhance our understanding of pathological worryand anxiety?

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    28. Wenzlaff, RM; Bates, DE
      The relative efficacy of concentration and suppression strategies of mental control

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    29. Wyer, NA; Sherman, JW; Stroessner, SJ
      The roles of motivation and ability in controlling the consequences of stereotype suppression

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    30. Liberman, N; Forster, J
      Expression after suppression: A motivational explanation of postsuppressional rebound

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    31. Mageau, GA; Green-Demers, I; Pelletier, LG
      Mental control of boredom

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE-REVUE CANADIENNE DES SCIENCES DU COMPORTEMENT
    32. Rassin, E; Muris, P; Schmidt, H; Merckelbach, H
      Relationships between thought-action fusion, thought suppression and obsessive-compulsive symptoms: a structural equation modeling approach

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    33. Guthrie, R; Bryant, R
      Attempting suppression of traumatic memories over extended periods in acute stress disorder

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    34. Steil, R; Ehlers, A
      Dysfunctional meaning of posttraumatic intrusions in chronic PTSD

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    35. Beevers, CG; Wenzlaff, RM; Hayes, AM; Scott, WD
      Depression and the ironic effects of thought suppression: Therapeutic strategies for improving mental control

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY-SCIENCE AND PRACTICE
    36. Rassin, E; Merckelbach, H
      The potential conflict between clinical and judicial decision making heuristics

      BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES & THE LAW
    37. Sullivan, MJL; Neish, N
      The effects of disclosure on pain during dental hygiene treatment: the moderating role of catastrophizing

      PAIN
    38. Johnston, L; Bulik, CM; Anstiss, V
      Suppressing thoughts about chocolate

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS
    39. Spinhoven, P; van der Does, AJW
      Thought suppression, dissociation and psychopathology

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    40. Janeck, AS; Calamari, JE
      Thought suppression in obsessive-compulsive disorder

      COGNITIVE THERAPY AND RESEARCH
    41. Harvey, AG; Bryant, RA
      The role of anxiety in attempted thought suppression following exposure todistressing or neutral stimuli

      COGNITIVE THERAPY AND RESEARCH
    42. Wells, A
      A cognitive model of generalized anxiety disorder

      BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION
    43. Rassin, E; Merckelbach, H; Muris, P; Stapert, S
      Suppression and ritualistic behaviour in normal participants

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    44. Smart, L; Wegner, DM
      Covering up what can't be seen: Concealable stigma and mental control

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    45. Koole, SL; Smeets, K; van Knippenberg, A; Dijksterhuis, A
      The cessation of rumination through self-affirmation

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    46. Davies, P; Thomas, P; Leudar, I
      Dialogical engagement with voices: A single case study

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    47. Purdon, C
      Thought suppression and psychopathology

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    48. Salkovskis, PM
      Understanding and treating obsessive-compulsive disorder

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    49. Muris, P; De Jongh, A; Merckelbach, H; Postema, S; Vet, M
      Thought suppression in phobic and non-phobic dental patients

      ANXIETY STRESS AND COPING
    50. POLIVY J
      THE EFFECTS OF BEHAVIORAL-INHIBITION - INTEGRATING INTERNAL CUES, COGNITION, BEHAVIOR, AND AFFECT

      Psychological inquiry
    51. Wenzlaff, RM; Bates, DE
      Unmasking a cognitive vulnerability to depression: How lapses in mental control reveal depressive thinking

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    52. Baumeister, RF; Dale, K; Sommer, KL
      Freudian defense mechanisms and empirical findings in modern social psychology: Reaction formation, projection, displacement, undoing, isolation, sublimation, and denial

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY
    53. HARVEY AG; BRYANT RA
      THE ROLE OF VALENCE IN ATTEMPTED THOUGHT SUPPRESSION

      Behaviour research and therapy
    54. RACHMAN S
      A COGNITIVE THEORY OF OBSESSIONS - ELABORATIONS

      Behaviour research and therapy
    55. REYNOLDS M; BREWIN CR
      INTRUSIVE COGNITIONS, COPING STRATEGIES AND EMOTIONAL RESPONSES IN DEPRESSION, POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER AND A NONCLINICAL POPULATION

      Behaviour research and therapy
    56. SHAFRAN R; SOMERS J
      TREATING ADOLESCENT OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER - APPLICATIONS OF THE COGNITIVE THEORY

      Behaviour research and therapy
    57. PALFAI P; COLBY SM; MONTI PM; ROHSENOW DJ
      EFFECTS OF SUPPRESSING THE URGE TO DRINK ON SMOKING TOPOGRAPHY - A PRELIMINARY-STUDY

      Psychology of addictive behaviors
    58. CARTWRIGHTHATTON S; WELLS A
      BELIEFS ABOUT WORRY AND INTRUSIONS - THE META-COGNITIONS QUESTIONNAIRE AND ITS CORRELATES

      Journal of anxiety disorders
    59. KIPP K; POPE S
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF COGNITIVE INHIBITION IN STREAMS-OF-CONSCIOUSNESS AND DIRECTED SPEECH

      Cognitive development
    60. HARNDEN JL; MCNALLY RJ; JIMERSON DC
      EFFECTS OF SUPPRESSING THOUGHTS ABOUT BODY-WEIGHT - A COMPARISON OF DIETERS AND NONDIETERS

      The International journal of eating disorders
    61. MURIS P; MERCKELBACH H
      SUPPRESSION AND DISSOCIATION

      Personality and individual differences
    62. SULLIVAN MJL; ROUSE D; BISHOP S; JOHNSTON S
      THOUGHT SUPPRESSION, CATASTROPHIZING, AND PAIN

      Cognitive therapy and research
    63. MORRISON AP; HADDOCK G
      COGNITIVE-FACTORS IN-SOURCE MONITORING AND AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS

      Psychological medicine
    64. WEGNER DM; SMART L
      DEEP COGNITIVE ACTIVATION - A NEW APPROACH TO THE UNCONSCIOUS

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    65. PALFAI TP; MONTI PM; COLBY SM; ROHSENOW DJ
      EFFECTS OF SUPPRESSING THE URGE TO DRINK ON THE ACCESSIBILITY OF ALCOHOL OUTCOME EXPECTANCIES

      Behaviour research and therapy
    66. WILSON KG; HAYES SC; GIFFORD EV
      COGNITION IN BEHAVIOR-THERAPY - AGREEMENTS AND DIFFERENCES

      Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry
    67. WILSON KG
      SCIENCE AND TREATMENT DEVELOPMENT - LESSONS FROM THE HISTORY OF BEHAVIOR-THERAPY

      Behavior therapy
    68. WELLS A; MATTHEWS G
      ANXIETY AND COGNITION

      Current opinion in psychiatry
    69. WARD T; BULIK CM; JOHNSTON L
      RETURN OF THE SUPPRESSED - MENTAL CONTROL AND BULIMIA-NERVOSA

      Behaviour change
    70. MACRAE CN; BODENHAUSEN GV; MILNE AB; WHEELER V
      ON RESISTING THE TEMPTATION FOR SIMPLIFICATION - COUNTERINTENTIONAL EFFECTS OF STEREOTYPE SUPPRESSION ON SOCIAL MEMORY

      Social cognition
    71. KELLY AE; MCKILLOP KJ
      CONSEQUENCES OF REVEALING PERSONAL SECRETS

      Psychological bulletin
    72. HAYES SC; WILSON KG; GIFFORD EV; FOLLETTE VM; STROSAHL K
      EXPERIENTIAL AVOIDANCE AND BEHAVIORAL-DISORDERS - A FUNCTIONAL DIMENSIONAL APPROACH TO DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    73. REYNOLDS M; TARRIER N
      MONITORING OF INTRUSIONS IN POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER - A REPORT OF SINGLE-CASE STUDIES

      British Journal of Medical Psychology
    74. ENRIGHT SJ; BEECH AR; CLARIDGE GS
      A FURTHER INVESTIGATION OF COGNITIVE INHIBITION IN OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER AND OTHER ANXIETY DISORDERS

      Personality and individual differences
    75. MORRISON AP
      COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOR THERAPY FOR AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS WITH CONCURRENT MEDICATION - A SINGLE-CASE

      Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy
    76. LAVY EH; VANDENHOUT MA
      COGNITIVE AVOIDANCE AND ATTENTIONAL BIAS - CAUSAL RELATIONSHIPS

      Cognitive therapy and research
    77. MACRAE CN; BODENHAUSEN GV; MILNE AB; JETTEN J
      OUT OF MIND BUT BACK IN SIGHT - STEREOTYPES ON THE REBOUND

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    78. TRINDER H; SALKOVSKIS PM
      PERSONALLY RELEVANT INTRUSIONS OUTSIDE THE LABORATORY - LONG-TERM SUPPRESSION INCREASES INTRUSION

      Behaviour research and therapy
    79. MATHEWS A; MILROY R
      EFFECTS OF PRIMING AND SUPPRESSION OF WORRY

      Behaviour research and therapy
    80. CLARK DA; PURDON C
      NEW PERSPECTIVES FOR A COGNITIVE THEORY OF OBSESSIONS

      Australian psychologist


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