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More theory-driven and less diagnosis-based behavior therapy
''Cleaning-up cognition'' in triple-response fear assessment through individualized functional behavior analysis
Forsyth, J.P.; Eifert, G.H.
Individualizing therapy, customizing clinical science
How can behavior therapy treat the same disorder with different techniques and different disorders with the same technique?
Gavino, A.; Godoy, A.; Rodriguez-Naranjo, C.; Eifert, G.H.
Tailor-made and standardized therapy: complementary tasks in behavior therapy A contrarian view
What's the fear of? Using implosion to explore the bodily-injury fear complex
Waldorf, V.A.; Smith, J.E.
Human behavioral momentum: implications for applied behavior analysis and therapy
Plaud, J.J.; Gaither, G.A.
Polycythaemia and agoraphobia
Haghighat, R.; Costa, D.C.; Chesser, E.
Evaluating the response of mild hypertensives to biofeedback-assisted relaxation using a mental stress test
Paran, E.; Amir, M.; Yaniv, N.
Self-control and the type a behavior pattern
Nakano, K.; Mochizuki, K.; Sato, M.
On the origin of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: a response to rosen
Simplified treatment and long term follow-up for stuttering in adults: a study of two cases
Miltenberger, R.G.; Wagaman, J.R.
Social skills training in a case of obsessive-compulsive disorder with schizotypal personality disorder
McKay, D.; Neziroglu, F.