A Behavioral Perspective

  title={A Behavioral Perspective},
  author={James M. Rice},
  journal={Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling},
  pages={26 - 29}
  • J. M. Rice
  • Published 1 September 1985
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
The behavioral approach to rehabilitation counseling represents one of the most unique and comprehensive set of strategies in the field. These procedures are applicable in all aspects of rehabilitation counseling, involving vocational issues, attainment of functional skills, and psychosocial adjustment issues. In this paper, the definitions of behavior therapy, applied behavior analysis, behaviorism, and behavior modification are presented and examined. A behavior analysis of the rehabilitation… 
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