Sources for Further Study

D'Zurilla, Thomas J., and Arthur M. Nezu. "Social Problem-Solving in Adults." In Advances in Cognitive-Behavioral Research and Therapy, edited by Philip C. Kendall. Vol. 1. New York: Academic Press, 1982. An excellent summary of problem-solving therapy. As indicated by its title, the Kendall book in which this article appears also contains other informative articles dealing with cognitive behavior therapy. Goldfried, Marvin R. "The Use of Relaxation and Cognitive Relabeling as Coping Skills." In Behavioral Self-Management: Strategies, Techniques, and Outcomes, edited by Richard B. Stuart. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1977. A description of systematic rational restructuring by Marvin Goldfried, who developed the technique; reveals its similarities to and differences from rational-emotive therapy. Maultsby, Maxie C., Jr. Rational Behavior Therapy. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1984. An excellent summary of rational behavior therapy, as developed by Maultsby; discusses self-talk and its emotional and behavioral consequences. Meichenbaum, Donald. Cognitive Behavior Modification. New York: Plenum Press, 1979. A well-written introduction to Meichenbaum's approaches, with clear examples of the applications of self-instructional training to impulsive children and schizophrenic patients.

_. Stress Inoculation Training. New York: Pergamon Press, 1985. This short training manual presents a clear, useful overview of stress inoculation training, along with a detailed account of the empirical research completed in testing the approach.

Donald G. Beal

See also: Cognitive Social Learning: Walter Mischel; Cognitive Therapy.

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