Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780124044807, 9781483277424

Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions

1st Edition

Theory, Research, and Procedures

Editors: Philip C. Kendall Steven D. Hollon
eBook ISBN: 9781483277424
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th August 1979
Page Count: 502
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Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions: Theory, Research, and Procedures surveys a variety of areas to which cognitive-behavioral strategies have been applied. The various contributors represent some of the major innovators in the field. Each has developed and systematically evaluated programs which apply sound empirically based procedures to cognitive and behavioral phenomena. The opening chapter traces the short developmental history and describes the current professional environment of the cognitive-behavioral movement. The chapters that follow represent major contributions by the leading investigators across a number of areas of intervention. Each chapter describes a summary of research in the respective area, a description of the actual intervention procedures with supporting empirical data, and a consideration of the theoretical foundations and potential implications associated with the intervention. The chapter contents vary across three dimensions. First, the interventions range from those that focus on the acquisition of new capacities to those that deal with the control and modification of existing processes. Second, several chapters focus on adult populations, several on child populations, and some on both. Finally, whereas a number of the chapters deal with problems that have been areas of traditional clinical concern, several others explore new and interesting applications for cognitive-behavioral interventions.

Table of Contents


List of Contributors

Preface

1 Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions: Overview and Current Status

Introduction

Revolution or Reaction?

Scientist-Practitioner Underpinnings

Streams of Influence and Sources of Acceptance

Reference Notes

References

2 Cognitive-Behavioral Modification and Metacognitive Development: Implications for the Classroom

Introduction

Cognitive-Behavioral Modification with Children

Application of CBM to Academic Tasks

Metacognitive Development

Implications for the Classroom

Conclusion

Reference Notes

References

3 Developing Nonimpulsive Behavior in Children: Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies for Self-Control

Introduction

Overview of the Conceptualization of Impulsivity

Theoretical Perspectives

Studies of Impulsivity

Modifying Impulsivity

Clinical Intervention Procedures

Empirical Support for the Clinical Utility of the Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Impulsivity

Issues to Be Considered in Clinical Application

Reference Notes

References

4 Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions with Delinquents: Problem Solving, Role-Taking, and Self-Control

Problem Solving

Role-Taking

Self-Control

Final Comments

Reference Notes

References

5 Anxiety Reduction through Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention

Theoretical and Research Foundations

Clinical Implementation of Rational Restructuring

Results of Clinical Outcome Research

Cognition and Experience

Conclusion

Reference Notes

References

6 Cognitive Therapy of Depression

Introduction

Theories of Depression

Systems of Interventions

Cognitive Therapy Procedures

Summary

Reference Notes

References

7 Structured Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Assertion Problems

Introduction

Models of Assertion Training

Structured Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Assertion Problems

Assessment of Assertion: a Construct in Search of a Definition

Reference Notes

References

8 The Cognitive Regulation of Anger and Stress

Introduction

Anger and Human Experience

Theoretical Models and Research on Human Stress

Cognitive Mediators of Stress

A Model of Human Stress

A Cognitive Model for Anger Arousal

Clinical Interventions for Anger and Aggression

The Stress Inoculation Model

Experimental Evaluation of the Treatment Approach

Summary and Conclusions

Reference Notes

References

9 Regulation of Pain: The Application of Cognitive and Behavioral Techniques for Prevention and Remediation

Pervasiveness and Complexity of the Pain Phenomenon

Cognitive, Behavioral, and Combined Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions

Summary and Concluding Observations

Reference Notes

References

10 Alcohol Use and Problem Drinking: a Cognitive-Behavioral Analysis

The Great Alcoholism Controversy

Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention Strategies

References

11 Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Eating Disturbances

Introduction

Obesity

Adipose Cellularity and Early Learning

Anorexia Nervosa

General Conclusions

Reference Note

References

12 How and Why People Quit Smoking: a Cognitive-Behavioral Analysis

Introduction

Smoking—the Number One Public Health Problem

Understanding the Problem

The Process of Smoking Cessation

Treatment Recommendations

Concluding Comments

Reference Notes

References

13 Cognitive Skills and Athletic Performance

Introduction

Self-Efficacy in the Athlete

Imagery in the Athlete

Arousal Regulation

Attentional Focus

Concluding Remarks

Reference Note

References

14 Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions: Theory and Procedure

Introduction

Outcome Efficacy

Procedural Variability

Conceptual Heterogeneity

Afterword

Reference Notes

References

Author Index

Subject Index

Details

No. of pages:
502
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1979
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483277424

About the Editor

Philip C. Kendall

Steven D. Hollon