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Linguistic processing and Script-Driven Imagery for trauma exposure: A proof of concept pilot trial.

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Summary of "Linguistic processing and Script-Driven Imagery for trauma exposure: A proof of concept pilot trial."

While several empirically supported treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have been developed, these treatments are neither widely available nor universally efficacious. This pilot, proof of concept study evaluated a computerized imaginal exposure Script-Driven Imagery Training (SDI-T) for individuals with elevated trauma reactivity. The training was supplemented with two forms of linguistic processing, affect labeling (SDI-T + AL) and distraction (SDI-T + D), to determine whether linguistic inhibitory regulation augmented the effects of SDI-T.

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Name: Journal of anxiety disorders
ISSN: 1873-7897
Pages: 16-23

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