13221 - Anger Regulation Interventions: Research and...

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Anger Regulation Interventions: Research and Rationale Karina Davidson, Ph.D. Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
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About the Instructor About the Instructor Karina Davidson, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Intervention Research Director of the Behavioral Cardiovascular Health & Hypertension Program at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York.
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About the Instructor About the Instructor Dr. Davidson’s research focuses on psychosocial interventions with patients with cardiovascular disease. She is also interested in personality intervention at the primary, secondary, and tertiary stages of these diseases. She has conducted randomized controlled trials primarily in anger management but has recently developed an interest in depression reduction and subsequent improvement in cardiovascular parameters such as uncontrolled hypertension and silent ischemia.
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About the Instructor About the Instructor She is the Chair of the Society of Behavioral Medicine committee on Evidence-based Behavioral-Medicine, a task force charged with improving and implementing evidence- based principles for behavioral medicine researchers, practitioners and students. She has taught evidence-based psychotherapy theory and practicum courses for a number of years to clinical psychology graduate students at both University of Alabama and Dalhousie University.
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Learning Objectives You will learn: Current controversies in Anger Disorder area Anger and Anger Disorder diagnosis available Evidence-based criteria for judging anger regulation interventions Results from anger regulation intervention research
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Performance Objectives Performance Objectives Appreciate the need for better diagnoses within the Anger disorder area Understand the importance of evidence- based criteria for evaluating trial results
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Rationale for Treating Anger Anger has often been linked to domestic violence (Brondolo, DiGiuseppe, & Tafrate, 1997) U.S. has one of the largest homicide rates in the world (Eckhardt & Deffenbacher,
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