Kelly G. Wilson, PhD

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2019 Psychology University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, United States 
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ACT, RFT, CBS
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Hulbert-Williams NJ, Storey L, Wilson KG. (2015) Psychological interventions for patients with cancer: psychological flexibility and the potential utility of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. European Journal of Cancer Care. 24: 15-27
Luciano C, Molina F, Gutiérrez-Martínez O, et al. (2010) The impact of acceptance-based versus avoidance-based protocols on discomfort. Behavior Modification. 34: 94-119
Drake CE, Wilson KG. (2008) Instructional effects on performance in a matching-to-sample study. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 89: 333-40
Brown RA, Palm KM, Strong DR, et al. (2008) Distress tolerance treatment for early-lapse smokers: rationale, program description, and preliminary findings. Behavior Modification. 32: 302-32
Sharp WG, Wilson KG, Schulenberg SE. (2004) Use of paradoxical intention in the context of acceptance and commitment therapy. Psychological Reports. 95: 946-8
Wilson KG, Hayes SC. (2000) Why it is crucial to understand thinking and feeling: An analysis and application to drug abuse. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 23: 25-43
Friman PC, Hayes SC, Wilson KG. (1998) Why behavior analysts should study emotion: the example of anxiety. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 31: 137-56
Wilson KG, Hayes SC, Gifford EV. (1997) Cognition in behavior therapy: agreements and differences. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 28: 53-63
Hayes SC, Wilson KG, Gifford EV, et al. (1996) Experimental avoidance and behavioral disorders: a functional dimensional approach to diagnosis and treatment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 64: 1152-68
Wilson KG, Hayes SC. (1996) Resurgence of derived stimulus relations. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 66: 267-81
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