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Chapter 25

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB45H3
Professor
Zachariah Campbell

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Chapter 25
Cognitive behaviors can also function as SD for desirable behaviors
Cognitive behaviors may function as establishing operations that influence the power of
consequences to function as reinforcers or punishers
Cognitive restructuring : designed to replace specific maladaptive cognitive behaviors with more
adaptive ones –used with behavioral excesses
Cognitive coping: designed to teach new cognitive behaviors that are then used to promote other
desirable behaviours—used with behavrioual deficits
Cognitive Behaviour Modification Procedures:
Cognitive restructuring
1. Helping the client identify the distressing thoughts and the situations in which they occur
2. Helping the client identify the emotional response, unpleasant mood, or problem behavior that follows
the distressing thought
3. Helping the client stop thinking the distressing thoughts by helping the client think more rational or
desirable thoughts
*Cognitive therapy to help people change their behavior including their distorted thoughts
or self talk.
Cognitive Coping skills training: therapist teaches clients specific self-statements that they can
make in a problem situation to improve their per for mance or inf luence their behavior in the
situation
Self instructional training
1. Identify t he problem situation and define the desirable behavior most appropriate to the
situation
2. Identify self-instructions that will be most helpful in the problem situation
3. Use behavioral skills training to teach the self instructions (practice in role plays)
Acceptance –Based Therapies
- Client learns that he or she has not been able to control troublesome though ts and feelings in
the past, and that attempts to control thoughts and feelings have made the clients problems
worse. Client learns to accept that the thoughts and feelings can continue to occur but that he or
she can still achieve meaningful behavior change goals
-When the client accepts the negative thoughts and feelings they lose their ability to disrupt the
clients life and he or s he can commit to and work toward valued behavior changes
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Chapter 25 Cognitive behaviors can also function as SD for desirable behaviors Cognitive behaviors may function as establishing operations that influence the power of consequences to function as reinforcers or punishers Cognitive restructuring : designed to replace specific maladaptive cognitive behaviors with more adaptive ones used with behavioral excesses Cognitive coping: designed to teach new cognitive behaviors that are then used to promote other desirable behavioursused with behavrioual deficits Cognitive Behaviour Modification Procedures: Cognitive restructuring 1. Helping the client identify the distressing thoughts and the situations in which they occur 2. Helping the client identify the emotional response, unpleasant mood, or problem behavior that follows the distressing thought 3. Helping the client stop thinking the distressing thoughts by helping the client think more rational or desirable thoughts *Cognitive therapy to help people change their behavior including their distorted thoughts or self talk. Cognitive Coping skills training : therapi
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