3 edition of Rational-emotive therapy, placebo, and no-treatment effects on public-speaking anxiety found in the catalog.
Rational-emotive therapy, placebo, and no-treatment effects on public-speaking anxiety
Written in English
|Statement||by Larry D. Trexler.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 202 leaves|
|Number of Pages||202|
1 Rational-Emotive Behavioral Approaches to Childhood Disorders: History, Theory, Practice and Research MICHAEL E. BERNARD, ALBERT ELLIS AND MARK TERJESEN The history of cognitive . A fear of public speaking might be an example--you aren't going to be physically hurt but your pride and self-esteem may be damaged. Anxiety, thus, involves constant tension--vigilance, expecting trouble, . Specific phobias. A phobia is characterized by a marked and persistent fear prompted by the presence or anticipation of an encounter with a specific object or situation . This situation can create a sensation of panic, somatic manifestations of anxiety, fainting or even trigger a panic attack in the phobic person.
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Bibliotherapy and audiotherapy, commonly used as adjuncts in the practice of rational emotive therapy, were assessed for pretreatment effects on applicants to a community mental health Cited by: Public speaking anxiety (PSA) can be characterised by intense worry and tension that arises as a result of having to participate in a public speaking (PS) situation (Bodie, ).
Prolonged exposure in vivo. whether it was the first or the second type of treatment received, resulted in significant improvements on most of the variables. Cognitive restruc- turing, with the group for which it Cited by: An Initial Study Using Fixed Role and Rational-emotive Therapy in Treating Public Speaking Anxiety.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 34, pp Korzybski, A. Science and Sanity. Placebo Institute of General Semantics.
Rational-emotive Therapy, Placebo, and No-treatment Effects on. Rational-emotive therapy, placebo, and no-treatment effects on public-speaking anxiety.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 79, 60– PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. The “empty nest syndrome” as a focus of depression: A cognitive treatment model based on rational emotive therapy.
Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice,14, 87– Google ScholarCited by: 5. Abstract. For the last 10 years we have been conducting research designed to bring together the clinical concerns of semantic, or cognitive, therapists (e.g., Aaron Beck, Albert Ellis, Jerome Frank, George Cited by: Effectiveness of cognitive modification, desensitization, and rational-emotive therapy in the treatment of speech anxiety: Dissertation Abstracts International.
Germeroth, D. A multivariate placebo. Current cognitive therapies vary in placement of emphasis and use diverse techniques, but hold in common these fundamental assumptions: that behavior Cited by: of therapy effects to areas other than test anxiety were the S-R Inventory of Anxiousness for the situations "giving a speech," '(going to a party,".
Trexler, Larry D. Karst, Thomas O. Rational-Emotive Therapy, Placebo, and No-treatment effects on Public Speaking Anxiety folder 7 Wolfe, Janet L. Short-term effects of modeling/behavior rehearsal, modeling/behavior rehearsal-plus-rational therapy, placebo, and no treatment.
Shift Towards Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. CBT has been defined as a purposeful combination of the demonstrated efficiencies and methodological rigor of behavioral procedures with the cognitive.
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En principio, y si comparamos la terapia cognitiva de Beck con la 93 pins. Measurement of rational-emotive therapy in outcome studies Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy 9(2) June with Reads.
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Interpersonal therapy. Barker, S. B., & Dawson, K. The effects of animal-assisted therapy on anxiety ratings of hospitalized psychiatric patients.
Psychiatric Services, 49, Rational-emotive therapy, placebo, and no treatment effects on. Objectives. To examine (1) whether CBT is an effective treatment for childhood and adolescent anxiety disorders in comparison with (a) wait‐list controls; (b) active non‐CBT treatments (i.e.
psychological placebo, bibliotherapy and treatment as usual (TAU)); and (c) medication and the combination of medication and CBT versus placebo; and (2) the long‐term effects Cited by: A study comparing the effects of two hypnotic procedures (imagery and cognitive restructuring under hypnosis versus hypnotic induction only) with two control groups (attention placebo and no treatment Author: Catherine Fredette, Ghassan El-Baalbaki, Sylvain Neron, Veronique Palardy.
Virtual reality exposure therapy has been used effectively to treat numerous anxiety disorders such as the fear of public speaking, claustrophobia (fear of enclosed spaces), aviophobia (fear of flying), and post. The technical habits of a pianist, for example, are essential in performance.
Similarly, only when language skills become habitual does a speaker of a foreign language achieve command of it. On the other. Maintains that assumptions about the identity of psychology, as science, as profession, or as some combination of the two, are fundamental to many issues that concern psychologists.
Preferred models Cited by: 1. victims must engage emotionally w/ their traumatic memories 2. victims need to find a way to articulate & organize their chaotic experience 3. victims must come to believe that despite trauma, world is not a. COGNITIVE THERAPY WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Controlled outcome studies suggest that cognitive-behavioral therapy is superior to no-treatment and to placebo controls for treating a.
The effects are clear in brain scans; this therapy sparks activity in a brain region that influences the body’s arousal and hormones (Ishida et al., ).
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Cognitive behavioural therapy for anxiety disorders in children and adolescents (Review) James AC, James G, Cowdrey FA, Soler A, Choke A the relative efficacy of CBT versus medication and the combination of CBT and medication versus placebo; and (3) the long-term effects. Jim Taylor Nova University.
Rational emotive therapy, placebo, and no treatment effects on public speaking anxiety. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 79, Villeco, J.E. Child abuse: The. Public speaking anxiety is the most common fear among individuals, affecting up to 57 percent of the general population.
Although cognitive-behavioral therapy is an effective treatment for social anxiety. This comprehensive volume provides up-to-date information on the 3 main types of phobic disorder: panic disorder and agoraphobia, social phobia, and specific phobia.
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Traditional cognitively-oriented models of CBT (e.g., CT, stress inoculation training, and rational emotive behavior therapy) build on these culturally sanctioned ideas by describing causal effects of cognitions.
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