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The MAC approach developed by connecting the more traditional scientific knowledge base on human performance and self-regulation to more contemporary findings to do with meta-cognitive processes, emotion regulation, and acceptance-based behavioral interventions. Written by the originators of the MAC model, this book will provide both the necessary theory, empirical

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Hardcover, 289 pages
Published July 30th 2007 by Springer Publishing Company (first published January 1st 2007)
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