Coping styles, homework compliance, and the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy.

@article{Burns1991CopingSH,
  title={Coping styles, homework compliance, and the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy.},
  author={D. Dougal Burns and Susan Kay Nolen-Hoeksema},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={1991},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={
          305-11
        }
}
Factor analysis of the Self-Help Inventory (Burns, Shaw, & Crocker, 1987) in a group of 307 consecutive outpatients seeking cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for affective disorders revealed 3 factors that assessed the frequency with which subjects used active coping strategies when depressed, the perceived helpfulness of these coping strategies, and their willingness to learn new coping strategies. The Frequency and Helpfulness scales did not predict patients' subsequent compliance with self… CONTINUE READING
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