Nelson, Rosemary O.

UNCG

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Mechanisms of change in cognitive-behavioral therapy in relation to depressives' dysfunctional thoughts 1983 64 This dissertation examined the therapeutic components within Beck's cognitive-behavioral treatment in relation to changes in global measures of depression and in specific response classes relevant to depression. Furthermore, the dissertation noted wh...
The effects of differential reinforcement on reliability and reactivity of self-recorders 1974 31 The purpose of the present study was to investigate the possibility of enhancing the effectiveness of self-recording as both an assessment device and as a therapeutic tool. Three hypotheses were investigated. First, differentially reinforcing subject...
The effects of direct and imaginal stimulation on physiological and self-report measures : a test of the continuity assumption 1978 16 One of the primary assumptions underlying the "cognitive trend" in behavior therapy and the covert conditioning model of behavior is that imaginal stimuli elicit reactions comparable to those observed with external stimulation. The present study was ...
An extension of Rachlin's commitment model to obese and normal weight adults 1977 34 Behavior therapists are employing self-control techniques to reduce the frequency of behavior such as overeating and smoking. Self-control becomes necessary when a person is faced with a choice between two incompatible responses. One response (lack o...