AVE

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AcronymDefinition
AVEAvenue
AVEAverage
AVEAudio Video Electronics (Minnesota)
AVEAugmented Virtual Environment
AVEAd Valorum Equivalent (trade)
AVEanti Virus Engine
AVEAutomatic Virtual Environment
AVEAmd Virtual Experience
AVEAudio Video Entertainment
AVEAudio Visual Entrainment (behavior disorder treatment)
AVEAdministración de Vulnerabilidades y Emergencias (Spanish: Vulnerability and Emergency Management; Guatemala)
AVEAlta Velocidad Española (Spanish: High Speed Train)
AVEAlta Velocidad Espanola (train between Madrid and Seville)
AVEApplication Virtual Environment (software)
AVEAbstinence Violation Effect
AVEAdvertising Value Equivalent
AVEAlliance Villes Emploi (French: Urban Employment Alliance)
AVEArterial Vascular Engineering, Inc.
AVEAerospace Vehicle Equipment
AVEAssociation Valentinoise des Etudiants (French: Valence Student Association; est. 1984)
AVEAssociation Vidéo ESSEC (École Supérieure des Sciences Économiques et Commerciales; French: ESSEC (Superior School of Economic Science and Business) Video Association; est. 1991)
AVEAnalog Video Equipment
AVEAura Validation Experiment (NASA)
AVEAdolescent Vocational Exploration
AVEAutoCAD Visualization Extension
AVEAgence pour le Volontariat Etudiant (French: Student Volunteer Agency)
AVEAgnes Viénot Editions (French publishing house; est. 1995)
AVEAtmospheric Variability Experiment
AVEAll Valence Electron
AVEAutomatic Volume Expansion
AVEAssociation Vincennoise d'Escalade (French: Vincennoise Climbing Association; mountain climbing)
AVEAirborne Vehicle Equipment
AVEVictims of Philatelic Investment Fraud (French abbreviation)
AVEAnciens Véhicules de l'Enclave (French automobile club)
AVEAnalog Voice Equipment
AVEAutomatic Ventilating Equipment
AVEAdult Value Education
AVEAssociation Village Entreprises
AVEAverage Velocity Error
AVEAussenhandelsvereinigung des Deutschen Einzelhandels eV (Germany)
AVEAerovia Venezolana
AVEAverage Volume Expansion
AVEAlgebraic Video Environment (video database system)
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The Abstinence Violation Effect. A critical difference exists between the first violation of the abstinence goal (i.e., an initial lapse) and a return to uncontrolled drinking or abandonment of the abstinence goal (i.e., a full-blown relapse).
Marlatt and Gordon (1980, 1985) have described a type of reaction by the drinker to a lapse called the abstinence violation effect, which may influence whether a lapse leads to relapse.
Lapse-management strategies focus on halting the lapse and combating the abstinence violation effect to prevent an uncontrolled relapse episode.
In particular, cognitive restructuring is a critical component of interventions to lessen the abstinence violation effect. Thus, clients are taught to reframe their perception of lapses-to view them not as failures or indicators of a lack of willpower but as mistakes or errors in learning that signal the need for increased planning to cope more effectively in similar situations in the future.