The psychodynamics of prescribing in behavior therapy.

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The assignment of therapeutic tasks derived from learning theory to the patient by the therapist constitutes behavioral prescribing. After discussing some issues involved in comparing schools of psychotherapy and briefly examining some behavioral aspects of the psychotherapist-patient relationship, the author considers psychodynamic implications of a number… (More)

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@article{Goisman1985ThePO, title={The psychodynamics of prescribing in behavior therapy.}, author={Robert M. Goisman}, journal={The American journal of psychiatry}, year={1985}, volume={142 6}, pages={675-9} }