Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Coping Skills
13-1. What is the general class of problem behaviors treated by cognitive
restructuring therapies, and what is the general class of problem behaviors
treated by cognitive-behavioral
Chapter 5: Behaviour Therapy Research
Behaviour therapists engage in 2 types of research: outcome and process
Purpose of outcome research: (1) evaluate the success of a specific treatment for a particular
client (2) evaluate the general effectiveness of a
Chapter 4: The Process of Behaviour Therapy
Begin w classic case of published in 1965 by behavioural therapist Arnold Lazarus
Case illustrates many principles of behavioural model, examples of defining themes
(scientific, active, present focus, learning f
Contemporary Behavior Therapy in Perspective:
Strengths and Challenges
17-1. What are the five major strengths of behavior therapy described in the text,
and why specifically is each considered a strength?
17-2. In what ways d
Exposure Therapy: Prolonged/Intense
10-1. Why are prolonged/intense exposure therapies sometimes called anxietyinduction therapies?
10-2. What is involved in in vivo flooding, and what is the essential component?
10-3. How doe
The Behavioral Model
3-1. What is behavior, and what is the difference between overt behavior and
3-2. What are the four modes of behavior that are assessed and treated by
3-3. How are covert
Combining Reinforcement and Punishment:
Token Economy, Contingency Contract,
and Behavioral Parent Training
8-1. What is the purpose of a token economy?
8-2. What is a token?
8-3. What is a backup reinforcer, and how is it used
Modeling Therapy: Vicarious Extinction
and Skills Training
11-1. What is observational learning, and what are examples of the types of
behaviors that people learn through observational learning?
11-2. What are the two critical
5-1. What is the relationship between behavioral assessment and behavior
5-2. What are the eight most frequently used behavioral assessment methods?
5-3. What is meant by multimethod and multimoda
Applications of Behavior Therapy to Medical Disorders
15-1. What is behavioral medicine?
15-2. What are the four functions that behavior therapy serves in dealing with
15-3. What is the difference between ac
Antecedents of Contemporary Behavior Therapy
2-1. What is meant by the statement behavior therapy has a long past but a short
2-2. What is the role played by each of the historical precursors in the development of
Applications of Behavior Therapy to Psychological
Disorders with Primary Physical Characteristics
16-1. What is enuresis, and to what is the problem attributed?
16-2. What is the purpose of a urine alarm, and what does this de
Behavior Therapy: An Introduction
1-1. What are the four defining themes of behavior therapy?
1-2. What are the four common characteristics of behavior therapy?
1-3. What is the difference between defining themes and common cha
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Cognitive Restructuring
12-1. What are cognitions, and what is the causal relationship between
cognitions and overt behaviors?
12-2. What is the meaning of the term cognitive-behavioral in cogniti
Acceleration Behavior Therapy: Stimulus Control and
6-1. What are the two broad categories of stimulus control, and how do they differ?
6-2. What is a prompt, and what is the purpose of prompting?
Deceleration Behavior Therapy: Differential
Reinforcement, Punishment, and Aversion Therapy
7-1. What is the preferred strategy for decelerating an undesirable behavior?
7-2. What are the four basic types of differential reinfo
Exposure Therapy: Brief/Graduated
9-1. Why are exposure therapies called exposure therapies, and what types of
problems are they used to treat?
9-2. What are the general processes of brief/graduated exposure therapy and
The Process of Behavior Therapy
4-1. What are the eight steps in the process of behavior therapy, and what
transpires during each?
4-2. What is the relationship among the eight steps in the process of behavior
Chapter 6: Behavioural Assessment
Behavioural assessment is indispensable to BT. Used to gather info relevant to clarifying clients
problems, setting goals, selecting and designing target behaviours, identifying the maintaining
conditions of the target be