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relapse prevention and the abstinence violation effect

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Relapse Prevention and the Abstinence Violation Effect exam 1= 20 multiple choice, 5 short answer (4-5 sentences), some true/false and concept matching, fill in the blank ("if your perceived s if ___ and perceived benefits are __ you'll be more likely to participate in ..."), focus on overlap between lecture and book (maybe related to application examples in book) ______________ preparation contemplation action pre-contemplation maintenance lapse/relapse _________ lapse/relapse: example: time is an alcoholic, causing problems with friends and family and job and health -decides to stop drinking, refrains for 7 months -one day he gets in fight with boss, wife angry with him, he is in high risk/relapse situation -goes out to get some milk but instead goes out to bar and drinks and talks to stranger about his life what has happened?: tim has lapsed, one-time slip at this point what might happen next?: now at high risk for relapse (when we revert all the way back to behavior patterns, becomes pattern again) lapse: one time slip relapse: reverting back to old behavior patterns RPM not based on specific time line, based more on pattern relapse: traditional definition was more harsh -- a relapse was considered a failure of treatment (person not cured, a dead end, disease has returned), but this is very discouraging to patient and creates sense of hopelessness
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