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Ross S. Working with dually diagnosed patients. In: Levounis P, Arnaout B Handbook of motivation and change: A practical guide for clinicians. Handbook of motivation and change: A practical guide for clinicians. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric; 2010. pp. 129-148. Available from:
Rose J, Walker S. Working with a man who has Prader-Willi syndrome and his support staff using motivational principles. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy [Internet]. 2000 [cited 1];28:293-302. Available from:
Orchard R. With you, not against you: Applying motivational interviewing to occupational therapy in anorexia nervosa. British Journal of Occupational Therapy [Internet]. 2003 ;66:325-328. Available from:
Scales R, Miller J, Burden R. Why wrestle when you can dance? Optimizing outcomes with motivational interviewing. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association [Internet]. 2003 ;43:S46-S47. Available from:
Miller WR. Why do people change addictive behavior? The 1996 H. David Archibald lecture. Addiction [Internet]. 1998 ;93:163-172. Available from:
Calhoun D. Why change now? Motivational interviewing as a brief intervention for type-2 diabetes among the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering [Internet]. 2005 [cited 1]. Available from:
Flaherty LT. What's old is new: Motivational interviewing for adolescents. In: Flaherty LT Adolescent psychiatry. Adolescent psychiatry. New York, NY: Analytic Press; 2008. pp. 117-127. Available from:
LaChance H, Feldstein Ewing SW, Bryan AD, Hutchison KE. What makes group MET work? A randomized controlled trial of college student drinkers in mandated alcohol diversion. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors [Internet]. 2009 [cited *2];23:598-612. Available from:
Allsop S. What is this thing called motivational interviewing?. Addiction [Internet]. 2007 [cited 1AD];102:343-345. Available from:
Rollnick S, Miller WR. What is motivational interviewing?. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy [Internet]. 1995 ;23:325-334. Available from: 10.1017/S135246580001643X
Tober G, Raistrick D, Scrivings B. What is motivational dialogue?. In: Tober G, Raistrick D Motivational dialogue: Preparing addiction professionals for motivational interviewing practice. Motivational dialogue: Preparing addiction professionals for motivational interviewing practice. New York, NY: Routledge; 2007. pp. 3-15. Available from:
Jones HE, Svikis D, Rosado J, Tuten M, Kulstad JL. What if they do not want treatment?: Lessons learned from intervention studies of non-treatment-seeking, drug-using pregnant women. The American Journal on Addictions [Internet]. 2004 [cited *1];13:342-357. Available from:
Karno MP, Longabaugh R, Herbeck D. What explains the relationship between the therapist structure x patient reactance interaction and drinking outcome? An examination of potential mediators. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors [Internet]. 2010 ;24:600-607. Available from: 10.1037/a0020526
Karno MP, Longabaugh R. What do we know? Process analysis and the search for a better understanding of Project MATCH's anger-by-treatment matching effect. Journal of Studies on Alcohol [Internet]. 2004 [cited *1];65:501-512. Available from:
Burke BL. What can motivational interviewing do for you?. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice [Internet]. 2011 ;18:74-81. Available from:
Cowley CB, Farley T, Beamis K. "Well, maybe I'll try the pill for just a few months..": Brief motivational and narrative-based interventions to encourage contraceptive use among adolescents at high risk for early childbearing. Families, Systems and Health: The Journal of Collaborative Family HealthCare [Internet]. 2002 [cited 1];20:183-204. Available from: URL:
Bell JB. Volitional control, self-regulation, and motivational interviewing in veterans with alcohol problems. 2008 [cited *1].
van Keulen HM, Mesters I, Brug J, Ausems M, Campbell M, Resnicow K, Zwietering PJ, van Breukelen G, van Mechelen W, Severens JL, et al. Vitalum study design: RCT evaluating the efficacy of tailored print communication and telephone motivational interviewing on multiple health behaviors. BMC Public Health [Internet]. 2008 [cited *35];8:216. Available from:
Engle D. Viewing resistance as ambivalence: Integrative strategies for working with resistant ambivalence. Journal of Humanistic Psychology [Internet]. 2008 ;48:389-412. Available from:
Handmaker NS, Hester RK, Delaney HD. Videotaped training in alcohol counseling for obstetric care practitioners: A randomized controlled trial. Obstetrics and Gynecology [Internet]. 1999 ;93:213-218. Available from:
Rosengren DB, Hartzler B, Baer JS, Wells EA, Dunn CW. The video assessment of simulated encounters-revised (VASE-R): reliability and validity of a revised measure of motivational interviewing skills. Drug and Alcohol Dependence [Internet]. 2008 ;97:130-138. Available from:
Rosengren DB, Baer JS, Hartzler B, Dunn CW, Wells EA. The video assessment of simulated encounters (VASE): Development and validation of a group-administered method for evaluating clinician skills in motivational interviewing. Drug and Alcohol Dependence [Internet]. 2005 ;79:321-330. Available from:
Rollnick S, Allison J, Ballasiotes S, Barth T, Butler CC, Rose GS, Rosengren DB. Variations on a theme: Motivational interviewing and its adaptations. In: Miller WR, Rollnick S Motivational interviewing: Preparing people for change. 2ndnd ed. Motivational interviewing: Preparing people for change. New York, NY: Guilford Press; 2002. pp. 270-283.
Sanchez FP. A values-based intervention for alcohol abuse. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering. 2001 [cited *1].
Ockander M, Söderlund LL. Utvärdering av motiverande samtal på apotek. Linköping: Folkhälsovetenskapligt centrum; 2005.


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