Theoretical Foundations of Behavior Therapy by Hans J. EysenckTheoretical Foundations of Behavior Therapy by Hans J. Eysenck

Theoretical Foundations of Behavior Therapy

byHans J. EysenckEditorHans J. Eysenck, Irene Martin


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Focuses on the importance of genetics and the relevance of individual differences for the origin and treatment of neurotic disorders. The book is an up-to-date treatment of current knowledge in certain fundamental areas of learning theory, behavior therapy, and the biological foundations of personality and individual differences. Annotation(c) 2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
Title:Theoretical Foundations of Behavior TherapyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:494 pagesPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:030642634X

ISBN - 13:9780306426346

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Table of Contents

I Introduction.- 1 Behavior Therapy.- 2 Behavior Modification.- II Conditioning Theory.- 3 Animal Conditioning and Learning Theory.- 4 A Primate Model of Phobic Fears.- 5 Evaluative Conditioning: A Case for Hedonic Transfer.- 6 Knowledge, Action, and Control.- 7 Operant Conditioning: The Hiatus between Theory and Practice in Clinical Psychology.- 8 Language Conditioning: Clinical Issues and Applications in Behavior Therapy.- III Cognitive Theory.- 9 Trait Anxiety and Cognition.- 10 Clinical Anxiety and Cognition.- 11 Cognitive Theories of Depression.- 12 Cognitive Treatment of Depression.- 13 Cognitive Theories of Motivation.- 14 Emotion, Cognition, and Action.- IV Description and the Organization of Behavior.- 15 Prospects for Theoretical Progress in Behavior Therapy.- 16 Behavioral Assessment: A New Theoretical Foundation for Clinical Measurement and Evaluation.- 17 A Response Process Model of Behavior.- V Biological Bases of Personality and Behavior.- 18 The Role of Heredity, Environment, and "Preparedness" in the Genesis of Neurosis.- 19 Hormones and Clinical Anxiety: An Imbalanced Neuromodulation of Attention.- 20 Interactions between Drugs and Behavior Therapy.- VI Conclusion.- 21 Concluding Comments on Theoretical Foundations and Requirements in Behavior Therapy.