Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies

Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies is a journal focusing on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies

Articles from Vol. 8, No. 2, September

Alexithymia, a Risk Factor in Alcohol Addiction? a Brief Research Report on Romanian Population
AbstractAlexithymia was evaluated on 30 alcoholic patients (23 male and 7 female) with ages between 20 and 55. Assessment was conducted at the time of hospital admission, 2 weeks (post-pharmacotherapy treatment), 24 weeks and 48 weeks after admission....
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Anxiety, Depression and Coping Strategies: Improving the Evaluation and the Understanding of These Dimensions during Pre-Adolescence and Adolescence
AbstractThe aim of this study is to investigate and refine three different scales which measure depression, anxiety and coping strategies. The relation between these scales is also verified in a non-clinical school population of pre-adolescents and adolescents....
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A Review of the Effectiveness of Group Cognitively Enhanced Behavioral Based Parent Programs Designed for Reducing Disruptive Behavior in Children
AbstractFew studies have examined the effects of varying the level of intensity of a parenting intervention in the treatment of conduct problems in children. In particular, it is unclear whether group parenting interventions that incorporate adjunctive...
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Clusters of Behaviors and Beliefs Predicting Adolescent Depression: Implications for Prevention
AbstractRisk factors for various disorders are known to cluster. However, the factor structure for behaviors and beliefs predicting depressive disorder in adolescents is not known. Knowledge of this structure can facilitate prevention planning. We used...
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Posthypnotic Amnesia and Autobiographical Memory in Adolescents
AbstractA group of highly-suggestible adolescents (n=25) and a group of adolescents with low suggestibility (n=25) followed a hypnotic induction procedure, during which a suggestion of posthypnotic amnesia was given, with the purpose of assessing its...
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Scientists as Schrodinger's Cat: Replay to Roig's "The Debate on Self-Plagiarism: Inquisitional Science or High Standards of Scholarship?"/reply to David's "Scientists as Schrödinger's Cat"
Daniel DAVID*"Babes-Bolyai" University, Cluj-Napoca, RomaniaIn which self-plagiarism is concerned, considering the current state in the field, there are only two ways to go. The first way to go is to agree upon three minimal criteria for ethical writing...
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The Debate on Self-Plagiarism: Inquisitional Science or High Standards of Scholarship?
AbstractReusing one's previously published work without alerting the reader of its prior publication constitutes self-plagiarism and it is a practice that is strictly forbidden by most scientific and scholarly journals. There are circumstances that may...
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The "Ghost" Concepts of Psychology
AbstractQuestions regarding the correspondence between models/constructs of reality and reality itself have been much debated in science because confusions of the two can lead to serious scientific problems. For example, a mistake occurs when a mathematical...
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The Role of Media in Anti-Stigma Campaigns. Anti-Stigma Campaign: A Brief Research Report for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Specific Phobia
AbstractAnti-stigma campaigns have received a lot of media attention. They are of interest in the field of medicine, psychology and social care. Multimedia, through its specific means, may be an extremely useful tool in an anti-stigma campaign. We made...
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