Ama Kissi
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A systematic review of pliance, tracking, and augmenting
A Kissi, S Hughes, G Mertens, D Barnes-Holmes, J De Houwer, ...
Behavior Modification 41 (5), 683-707, 2017
Examining the moderating impact of plys and tracks on the insensitivity effect: a preliminary investigation
A Kissi, S Hughes, M De Schryver, J De Houwer, G Crombez
The Psychological Record 68 (4), 431-440, 2018
Task interference and distraction efficacy in patients with fibromyalgia: an experimental investigation
DML Van Ryckeghem, S Rost, A Kissi, C Vögele, G Crombez
Pain 159 (6), 1119-1126, 2018
The future is bright: on the behavioural consequences of rule-following
G Crombez, A Kissi
Fordyce’s Behavioral Methods for chronic Pain and Illness republished with …, 2014
The study of rule-governed behavior and derived stimulus relations: Bridging the gap
C Harte, D Barnes-Holmes, Y Barnes-Holmes, A Kissi
Perspectives on Behavior Science 43, 361-385, 2020
How an understanding of our ability to adhere to verbal rules can increase insight into (mal) adaptive functioning in chronic pain
M Beeckman, S Hughes, A Kissi, LE Simons, L Goubert
The Journal of Pain 20 (10), 1141-1154, 2019
Adherence to the physical distancing measures during the COVID‐19 pandemic: a HAPA‐based perspective
M Beeckman, A De Paepe, M Van Alboom, S Maes, A Wauters, F Baert, ...
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 12 (4), 1224-1243, 2020
The rule-based insensitivity effect: a systematic review
A Kissi, C Harte, S Hughes, J De Houwer, G Crombez
PeerJ 8, e9496, 2020
When pain becomes uncontrollable: an experimental analysis of the impact of instructions on pain-control attempts
A Kissi, S Hughes, D Van Ryckeghem, J De Houwer, G Crombez
Pain 162 (3), 760-769, 2021
The rule-based insensitivity effect in the context of pain
A Kissi
Ghent University, 2019
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