Lesson 5: How We Think Impacts How We Act - Slide 34
Where Can You Find The Original Research?
- References for this presentation:
- G.A. Marlatt, “Relapse Prevention: Theoretical Rationale and Overview of the Model,” in Marlatt and Gordon, eds., Relapse Prevention, p. 39.
- Pg. Xxxi, xxxvi, 121, “The Feeling Good Handbook,” David D. Burns, M.D. Plume, Published by The Penguin Group, New York, 1999
- Pg. 29-30, 48, 87, 127, “Feeling Good, The New Mood Therapy,” David D. Burns, M.D., Harper Collins Publishers, New York, 1999
- Pg. 78-79, “Relapse Prevention, Maintenance Strategies In The Treatment Of Addictive Behaviors, Second Edition,” Edited by Marlatt, G. Alan & Donovan, Dennis M., The Guilford Press, New York, 2005.
- Pg. 197-200, Doidge, Norman, 2007, “The Brain That Changes Itself,” Penguin Books, New York
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