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Chapter One Wherefore Cognitive Behavior Modification?
Metaphysical to Methodological
The Illegitimate Leap?
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active adaptive analysis anxiety appear approach associated assumption attention avoidance behavior belief Chapter choice classical conditioning client clinical cognitive complex conceptual consequences contingencies coping course covert conditioning covert sensitization differences direct discussion effects elements empirical employed evaluation evidence examination example experience experimental extensive fact factors Figure findings frequently function given human illustrated imagery imaginal important improvement increase individual inference influence inquiries involved issue Journal learning logical means measures mediational memory modification observed offer operant organism paradigm patterns performance perspective phenomena positive possible presented probably problem solving procedures processes Psychology recall recent reinforcement relatively relevance reported response role selective significant skills social stimulus strategies subjects subsequent successful suggested symbolic systematic task theory therapeutic therapist therapy thinking thought tion treatment variables verbal York