General Procedures deals with behavior-change procedures for diverse target behaviors. It aims to provide behavioral therapists with effective system of procedures for implementation with their clients who suffer from sexual problems. Its emphasis is on intervention rather the ""etiology"" of sexual problems and it describes all major techniques for dealing with sexual problems developed by behaviorists. This book is organized into two volumes. Volume I focuses on specific behavioral techniques developed or adapted for use with sexual problems. It also describes these techniques and indications for their use. Volume II covers the range of sexual problems to which behavior therapy procedures have been applied. Each volume is organized into two parts, the first part dealing with techniques and problems involved in heterosexual couple relationships, and the second part dealing with techniques and problems involved in undesired sexual object choices. This book will be of interest to persons dealing with studies on behavior therapy and those interested in understanding procedures and techniques for the treatment of sexual problems.
Volume I Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Contributors Introduction Introduction to Volume 1 Part I Procedures Focused on Problems in Heterosexual Couple Relationships Chapter 1 New Methods in the Behavioral Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction Chapter 2 Taking a Sexual History Chapter 3 Treatment of Common Marital Sexual Problems Chapter 4 Counseling with Sexually Incompatible Marriage Partners Chapter 5 A Modification of Masters and Johnson Sex Therapy Model in a Clinical Setting Chapter 6 The Treatment of Inhibited Sexual Responses Chapter 7 Systematic Desensitizafion in Sexual Disorders Chapter 8 The PLISSIT Model: A Proposed Conceptual Scheme for the Behavioral Treatment of Sexual Problems Chapter 9 The Mechanotherapy of Sexual Disorders Part 2. Procedures Focused on Undesired Sexual Object Choices Chapter 10 Aversion Therapy Applied to Taped Sequences of Deviant Behavior in Exhibitionism and Other Sexual Deviations: A Preliminary Report Chapter 11 An Automated Technique for Aversive Conditioning in Sexual Deviations Chapter 12 Positive Control as an Alternative to Aversion Therapy Chapter 13 Orgasmic Reconditioning: Changing Sexual Object Choice through Controlling Masturbation Fantasies Chapter 14 The Therapeutic Use of Masturbation in the Treatment of Sexual Disorders Chapter 15 The Modification of Sexual Fantasies: A Combined Treatment Approach to the Reduction of Deviant Sexual Behavior Chapter 16 Shame Aversion Therapy Chapter 17 Covert Sensitization for the Treatment of Sexual Deviations Chapter 18 "Assisted" Covert Sensitization: A Preliminary Report Chapter 19 Aversion Therapy for Sexual Deviation: Contingent Shock and Covert Sensitization Chapter 20 Increasing Heterosexual Responsiveness in the Treatment of Sexual Deviation: A Review of the Clinical and Experimental Evidence Chapter 21 A Forward-Fading
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- © Pergamon 1977
- 1st January 1977
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