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  1. Exploring mechanisms of change: The relationships between cognitions, symptoms, and quality of life over the course of group cognitive-behaviour therapy
    Journal of affective disorders, 2014
  2. Population dynamics and range expansion in nine-banded armadillos.
    PLoS ONE, 2013
  3. Effects of a college course about food and society on students' eating behaviors.
    American journal of preventive medicine, 2010
  4. United we stand: emphasizing commonalities across cognitive-behavioral therapies.
    Behavior therapy, 2013
  5. Exploring mechanisms of change: The relationships between cognitions, symptoms, and quality of life over the course of group cognitive-behaviour therapy.
    Journal of affective disorders, 2014
  6. Surgical approaches to meningiomas of the lateral ventricles.
    Clinical neurology and neurosurgery, 2010
  7. The association between perseverative negative cognitive processes and negative affect in people with long term conditions: a protocol for systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Systematic reviews, 2014
  8. Barefoot Running and Hip Kinematics: Good News for the Knee?
    Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 2014
  9. Chronic myelomonocytic leukemia: myelodysplastic or myeloproliferative?
    Best Practice & Research Clinical Haematology, 2013
  10. Extreme nonresponse in cognitive therapy: can behavioral activation succeed where cognitive therapy fails?
    Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 2007

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