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  • The booksummary contains the following chapters:
    • Overview on Cognitive Behavior Therapy - Chapter 1
    • What are the principles, goals and structure of initial assessment sessions? - Chapter 2
    • How does the process of behavioral case formulation and treatment planning work? - Chapter 3
    • How can behavior be changed by changing the environment? - Chapter 4
    • How can behavior be activated? - Chapter 8
    • Which interventions based on exposure exist? - Chapter 9

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 The three-term contingency concept of Skinner represents the basic unit of analysis within some forms of behavioral therapy. It consists of three elements, which can be remembered by their first letters: A-B-C: (1) antecedents of behavior: stimuli and conditions that set the occasion for behavior to occur, (2) behavior: anything a person does (overt and covert), and (3) consequences that follow behavior.

Classic conditioning displayed schematically: (1) before conditioning: USC > UCR, (2) during conditioning: CS and USC > UCR, (3) after conditioning: CS > CR.

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