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From behavior theory to behavior therapy

Author: Joseph J Plaud
Publisher: Boston : Allyn and Bacon, 1998.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph J Plaud
ISBN: 0205174779 9780205174775
OCLC Number: 632690980
Description: XXVII, 338 Seiten : Illustrationen, Tabellen
Contents: Each chapter concludes with "References"and most finish with "Conclusions." Foreword: The Importance of Being Theoretical. Preface. About the Editors. About the Contributors. I.BEHAVIOR THEORY AS THE BASIS OF BEHAVIOR THERAPY. l.From Behavior Theory to Behavior Therapy: An Overview, Georg H. Eifert and Joseph J. Plaud. Behavior Theory in Behavior Therapy.The Link Between Behavior Theory and Behavior Therapy.The Challenge of the "Cognitive Revolution."An Example of the Application of Behavior Theory to Behavior Therapy.Reestablishing the Link Between Behavior Theory and Behavior Therapy.Organization of the Book.An Invitation.2.Philosophical and Theoretical Foundations of Behavior Therapy, Arthur C. Houts and Leonard Krasner. The Question of "Values" in Science.Conclusions and Outlook: The Future of Behavior Therapy.II.APPLICATIONS OF BEHAVIOR THEORY IN BEHAVIOR THERAPY. 3.Phobic Anxiety and Panic: An Integrative Behavioral Account of Their Origin and Treatment, John P. Forsyth and Georg H. Eifert. Conditioning in Phobic Anxiety and Panic: The Moribund Patient Is Alive and Well.The Importance of Language and Private Events for Understanding and Treating Anxiety.A Theory-Driven Approach to Assessing and Treating Anxiety.4.Depression: Behavioral Principles, and Implications for Treatment and Relapse Prevention, Georg H. Eifert, Beverley K. Beach, and Peter H. Wilson. Current Psychological Accounts of Depression.The Paradigmatic Behavioral Model of Depression.Implications of PB Model for Treatment and Relapse Prevention.5.Schizophrenia: From Behavior Theory to Behavior Therapy, Kurt Salzinger. How It All Began.The First Pathway: The Completely Empirical Approach.The Second Route: Particular Response Classes.The Third Route: From Behavior Analytic Paradigms to the Acquisition of Aberrant Behavior.The Fourth and Fifth Roads: Characteristics of, and Theories About, Schizophrenia.6. Behavioral Pharmacology and the Treatment of Substance Abuse., C. W. Lejuez, David W. Schaal, and Jennifer O'Donnel. Stimulus Functions of Drugs.Molar Determinants of Substance Abuse.Substance Abuse Treatment and Research with Humans.7.Sexual Dysfunction's, Joseph J. Plaud and Jeffrey E. Holm. Habituation and Sensitization.Classical Conditioning.Operant Conditioning.Male and Female Sexual Dysfunction's: An Overview and Prevalence Data.Behavioral Assessment of Sexual Dysfunction.Behavior Therapy of Sexual Dysfunction.Stimulus Control and Other Behavioral Techniques in Sex Therapy.Combining Sex and Marital Therapy.References.8. Sexual Disorders, George A. Gaither, Richard R. Rosenkranz, and Joseph J. Plaud. Behavioral Hypotheses of the Etiology of Sexual Deviance.Behavioral-Treatment Techniques.Laboratory Research.9.Child Conduct and Developmental Disabilities: From Theory to Practice in the Treatment of Excess Behaviors, Joseph R. Scotti, Kimberly B. Mullen, and Robert P. Hawkins. Early Development of Behavior Analysis.Current Application: Child Conduct and Oppositional Defiant Disorders.Current Application: Excess Behavior of Persons with Developmental Disabilities.10. Childhood Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Depression, Anne Marie Albano and Tracy L. Morris. Theoretical Formulations.Treatment Applications.11.Alzheimer's Disease and Behavioral Gerontology, Joseph J. Plaud, Thomas H. Mosley, and Marcia Moberg. Epidemiology.Etiology.Classification of Alzheimer's Disease.Assessment of Alzheimer's Disease.Behavior Problems in Alzheimer's Disease.Issues Affecting Treatment: Basic Behavior Analysis.Basic Research in the Experimental Analysis of Aging: Foundations of Behavioral Gerontology.The Stimulus Control of the Behavior of Alzheimer's Patients: Experimental Research.Behavior Therapy Approaches to Alzheimer's Disease.Conclusion: Behavior Analysis and Therapy in Alzheimer's Disease.12.Behavior Theory in Behavioral Medicine, Alice G. Friedman, Jill S. Goldberg and Akiko Okifuji. Impact of Behavior Theory on Behavioral Medicine.Challenges.Limitations of Behavioral Models.Future Directions.Conclusions and Outlook.13.Feminism and Behavior Analysis: A Framework for Women's Health Research and Practice, Nancy D. Vogeltanz, Sandra T. Sigmon, and Kristen S. Vickers. The Study of Women's Health: Development of New Subdiscipline.Summary and Conclusions.III.PERSPECTIVES ON THE RELATION BETWEEN BEHAVIOR THEORY AND BEHAVIOR THERAPY. 14.The Relation Between Behavior Theory and Behavior Therapy: Challenges and Promises, Shawn P. Cahill, Maureen H. Carrigan, and Ian M. Evans. Models for Relating Theory to Practice.Re-evaluating Conditioning Theory.Integrating Learning Principles Within the Therapeutic Context.Implications for Training.15.The Role of Theory in Behavior Therapy: Conceptual and Practical Conclusions, Joseph J. Plaud, Georg H. Eifert, and Joseph Wolpe. The Importance of Being Theoretical, Revisited.Contributions of the Present Volume.Current Threats to Theory-Practice Relation.Disorder-Specific Models and Behavior Therapy.Lack of Bridges Linking Theory and Practice.Index.
Responsibility: ed. by Joseph J. Plaud, Georg H. Eifert ; forew. by Cyril Franks.

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