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Verkuil, B., Brosschot, J. F., & Thayer, J. F. (2007). Capturing worry in daily life: Are trait questionnaires sufficient? Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45, 1835-1844. Wang, C. E. A., Halvorsen, M., Eiseman, M., & Waterloo, K. (2010). Stability of dysfunctional Cognitive Assessment 54
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SPECIFIC TECHNIQUES CONCURRENT UNSTRUCTURED 1) - RECORDING SPONTANEOUS PRIVATE SPEECH - FREE ASSOCIATION 2) - RANDOM SAMPLING OF THOUGHTS - SELF-MONITORING PROCEDURES 3) - VIDEOTAPE THOUGHT RECONSTRUCTION - SELF- STATEMENT INVENTORIES - THOUGHT-LISTING 4) - CLINICAL INTERVIEW RETROSPECTIVE STRUCTURED Figure 1: Continuum of temporal and structural dimensions of cognitive assessment (adapted from Glass & Arnkoff, 1982). Cognitive Assessment 57
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