Physiology and Behavior Therapy
Our look at behavior therapy from a physiological perspective is about to end. We have reviewed some preliminary concepts, discussed some basic issues, and applied this thinking to several clinical problems. The central theme has been that behavior is a complex, multidetermined, interactive phenomenon for which no single explanation is sufficient.
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