Cognitive and relaxation coping skills in stress inoculation

@article{Deffenbacher2005CognitiveAR,
  title={Cognitive and relaxation coping skills in stress inoculation},
  author={J. Deffenbacher and R. Hahnloser},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={211-215}
}
Stress inoculation (Meichenbaum, 1972) is as effective as, if not more effective than, interventions such as desensitization (Jaremko, 1979). Stress inoculation contains training in two different types of coping skills: (a) self-instructional training aimed at replacing task-irrelevant thoughts with task-oriented self-instruction (cognitive), and (b) a coping form of desensitization (relaxation). The critical treatment components, however, remain unclear. Does its effectiveness derive primarily… Expand

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