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There is growing evidence that experiential avoidance and psychological inflexibility plays a role in a variety of clinical presentations, including health problems. The present study presents preliminary data on a new measure of these processes in relation to difficult weight-related thoughts, feelings, and actions: The Acceptance and Action Questionnaire for Weight-Related Difficulties (AAQW). Data were examined from 84 participants enrolled in a weight maintenance study. The AAQW showed gooddoi:10.1037/h0100829 fatcat:apkmozlidbg2fll2do7j6dky34