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To date, general levels of experiential avoidance are primarily measured by the Acceptance and Action Questionnaire -II (AAQ-II), but it includes items of questionable comprehensibility. The Avoidance and Fusion Questionnaire for Youth (AFQ-Y), previously validated as a measure of experiential avoidance with children and adolescents, was investigated as a measure with adult college students. The AFQ-Y evidenced adequate reliability (α = .92) and appropriate convergent and divergent validity indoi:10.1037/h0100908 fatcat:74mzt2fnlbfzxalzcducuybc6y