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Stress inoculation training
Stress inoculation training originally referred to a relatively specific set of operations (Meichenbaum & Cameron, 1972). In order to evaluate the efficacy of a skills training approach to anxietyExpand
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Cognitive-Behavior Modification
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Cognitive-Behavior Modification: An Integrative Approach
Prologue -- 1 Self-Instructional Training -- 2 The Clinical Application of Self-Instructional Training to Other Clinical Populations: Three Illustrations -- 3 Clinical Observations on ConductingExpand
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Excitability changes in human forearm corticospinal projections and spinal reflex pathways during rhythmic voluntary movement of the opposite limb
Rhythmic movements brought about by the contraction of muscles on one side of the body give rise to phase‐locked changes in the excitability of the homologous motor pathways of the opposite limb.Expand
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1 Clinicians who seek to provide help to stressed individuals, either on a treatment or on a preventative basis, are confronted with a major challenge. As Elliott and Eisdorfer (1982) observed,Expand
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Changing conceptions of cognitive behavior modification: retrospect and prospect.
  • D. Meichenbaum
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
  • 1 April 1993
A retrospective analysis of cognitive behavior modification reveals that 3 major metaphors have been offered to explain the role that cognitions play in behavior change. These metaphors includeExpand
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35 Years of Working With Suicidal Patients: Lessons Learned.
Abstract Following a personal description of several patients who have committed suicide in my clinical practice and consultation, I summarize the literature on risk assessment for suicide. The formExpand
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War-related stress. Addressing the stress of war and other traumatic events.
A task force on war-related stress was convened to develop strategies for prevention and treatment of psychological, psychosocial, and psychosomatic disorders associated with the Persian Gulf War andExpand
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