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Erratum

        Tables with incorrect information were published in Åkerblom S, Perrin S, Rivano Fischer M, McCracken LM: The Mediating Role of Acceptance in Multidisciplinary Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain. J Pain 16:606-615, 2015.
        The corrected tables appear below. The corrected information does not affect the data interpretation or the findings presented in the original article.
        Table 2Results of Univariate Mediator Analyses
        OutcomenMediatorResults for Indirect Effects a*b
        Indirect EffectsPoint Estimate (SE)95% CI
        PathPoint Estimate (SE)LowerUpper
        Pain interference
        233Pain acceptancea.331* (.030)−.153* (.024)−.214−.114
        b−.462* (.050)
        235Life controla.372* (.039)−.095* (.017)−.139−.068
        b−.256* (.034)
        235Affective distressa−1.381* (.211)−.079* (.016)−.120−.053
        b.057* (.006)
        235Social supporta−.744* (.167)−.019* (.008)−.039−.007
        b.026* (.008)
        Pain intensity
        237Pain acceptancea.337* (.031)−.167* (.040)−.270−.101
        b−.495* (.112)
        238Life controla.374* (.038)−.239* (.037)−.334−.178
        b−.638* (.070)
        238Affective distressa−.279* (.042)−.143* (.029)−.217−.095
        b.511* (.065)
        238Social supporta−.150* (.033)−.014 (.012)−.043.005
        b.091 (.072)
        Depression
        235Pain acceptancea.326* (.031)−.556* (.080)−.761−.425
        b−1.704* (.193)
        236Life controla.371* (.038)−.537* (.072)−.722−.418
        b−1.447* (.126)
        236Affective distressa−.272* (.042)−.097* (.017)−.140−.069
        b.355* (.028)
        236Social supporta−.148* (.033).018 (.024)−.044.058
        b−.124 (.167)
        Abbreviations: SE, standard error; CI, confidence interval.
        NOTE. The indirect effect is statistically significant if the CI does not include zero. A 95% CI is equivalent to a value of P ≤ .05. Asterisks indicate a statistically significant effect (P < .05).
        Table 3Results of Multivariate Mediator Analyses
        OutcomeMediatorResults for Indirect Effects a*b
        Total, Direct, and Indirect Effects95% CIProportion of Effect Mediated (a*b)/c
        PathPoint Estimate (SE)Point Estimate (SE)LowerUpper
        Pain interference
        n = 228Total c−.156* (.031)
        Direct c'.040 (.036)
        Pain acceptancea.322* (.029)−.113* (.019)−.163−.081.72
        b−.352* (.044)
        Life controla.368* (.038)−.024* (.012)−.054−.005.15
        b−.066* (.031)
        Affective distressa−.286* (.041)−.020* (.007)−.038−.009.13
        b.168* (.032)
        Social supporta−.153* (.034)−.048* (.012)−.079−.029.31
        b.132* (.034)
        Pain intensity
        n = 231Total c−.453* (.059)
        Direct c'−.117 (.082)
        Pain acceptancea.324* (.030)−.057 (.036)−.150.003na
        b−.174 (.112)
        Life controla.372* (.037)−.168* (.038)−.266−.105.37
        b−.452* (.090)
        Affective distressa−.290* (.041)−.064* (.025)−.128−.023.14
        b.222* (.078)
        Depression
        n = 229Total c−.804* (.115)
        Direct c'−.036 (.129)
        Pain acceptancea.322* (.030)−.296* (.070)−.476−.181.37
        b−.918* (.194)
        Life controla.368* (.037)−.261* (.055)−.403−.171.32
        b−.709* (.135)
        Affective distressa−.286* (.041)−.240* (.048)−.364−.160.30
        b.839* (.122)
        Abbreviations: SE, standard error; CI, confidence interval; na, not applicable.
        NOTE. The indirect effect is statistically significant if the confidence interval does not include zero. A 95% confidence interval (CI) is equivalent to a value of P ≤ .05. Asterisks (*) indicate a statistically significant effect (P < .05).

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        • The Mediating Role of Acceptance in Multidisciplinary Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain
          The Journal of PainVol. 16Issue 7
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            Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is the most frequently delivered psychological intervention for adults with chronic pain. The treatment yields modest effect sizes, and the mechanisms of action remain understudied and unclear. Efforts are needed to identify treatment mediators that could be used to refine CBT and improve outcomes. The primary aim of this study was to investigate whether pain-related acceptance, from the psychological flexibility model, mediates changes in outcome over time in a CBT-based treatment program.
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