Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science
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Web-based programs that focus on values, a core process within acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), may be a promising approach to cultivate positive psychosocial adjustment among undergraduates. The current study tested the usability, acceptability, and receptivity of the Living Your Values (LYV) program, a single-session, web-delivered, self-guided values intervention for undergraduates and its utility to promote valued-living and psychological wellbeing. In an undergraduate sample (N = 133), while the LVY program was deemed moderately usable, acceptability and receptivity findings were more attenuated. At follow-up (n = 98), a significant pre-intervention to follow-up increase in valued-living was evidenced both overall and for leisure/recreation/community/citizenship values. No significant changes in psychological well-being were demonstrated. Further program development considerations are discussed.
Firestone, Jacob, et. al "A Web-Based Self-Guided Program to Promote Valued-Living in College Students: A Pilot Study." Journal of Contextual Behavioural Science, 2019, pp.1-38. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcbs.2019.01.004
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