AAQAnapa (Russia)
AAQAlready Asked Question
AAQActually Asked Question
AAQAsk A Question
AAQAlliance for American Quilts
AAQAssociation des Archivistes du Québec
AAQAssociação Animais da Quinta (Portuguese: Farm Animals Association)
AAQAdult Attachment Questionnaire
AAQAssociation des Anesthésiologistes du Québec (French: Quebec Anaesthesiologists Association; Canada)
AAQAssociation d'Acupuncture du Québec
AAQAutomated Application Quality (software)
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Recent studies have found that versions of the AAQ that are tailored to problem areas better capture experiential avoidance specific to the problem behavior better than the AAQ alone (e.g., Houghton et al.
What does the Acceptance and Action Questionnaire (AAQ II) really measure?
The original item pool of the initial AAQ included 85 items.
Recent studies have shown that the AAQ-II has better psychometric properties and a clearer factor structure than the first AAQ version (Bond et al., 2011).
By injecting AAQ into their eyes, researchers reported that light sensitivity in the eyes had been restored, with the mice's pupils contracting in bright light.
AAQ binds to ion channels in retina cells and alters the flow of ions in response to light, mimicking how normal rods and cone cells react to light and activate neurons.
In spite of promising data, some have expressed concern about perceived shortcomings of the AAQ and the limitations of self-report measures in general (for a review, see Chawla & Ostafin, 2007).
The Acceptance and Action Questionnaire (AAQ; Hayes et al., 2004) has been the most widely used measure of experiential avoidance and psychological inflexibility and has proven to be broadly useful because of its noticeable external validity.
The victim, identified as AAQ, was riding his bike accompanied by his friend OAH, 15, Brigadier Mohammad Ahmad Bin Ghanim Al Kaabi, Commander Chief of Fujairah police, told Gulf News yesterday.
The chemical, called AAQ, acts by making the remaining, normally "blind" cells in the retina sensitive to light, said lead researcher Richard Kramer, UC Berkeley professor of molecular and cell biology.