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A Self-Regulation Model of Relapse Prevention
A self-regulation model of relapse prevention
TonyWardUniversity of Melbourne, Australia
Stephen M.HudsonUniversity of Canterbury, New Zealand

Historically, the assumption that relapse constitutes a process or chain of behavior occurring across time has led to the adoption of relapse prevention as a treatment model in the sexual offending area (Pithers, 1990; Pithers, Marques, Gibat, & Marlatt, 1983). Pithers's influential relapse prevention ...

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