Scandinavian Journal of Behaviour Therapy
Scand J Behav Ther
Scandinavian Journal of Behaviour Therapy is a peer reviewed, multidisciplinary journal devoted to the application of the behavioural and cognitive sciences to clinical psychology and psychotherapy. The journal is published in association with the Swedish Association for Behaviour Therapy. The intention is to keep clinical psychologists and psychotherapists up-to-date with new developments in the fields of behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy, behaviour analysis, behavioural medicine and psychopathology. Scandinavian Journal of Behaviour Therapy publishes experimental and other empirical studies, theoretical articles, review articles, case studies, brief reports and book reviews. To bridge the gap between researchers and clinicians, it also publishes articles which describe in detail how to conduct a particular analysis or treatment. Some of the topics already covered in the journal are: type-A behaviour psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents perfectionism insomnia epilepsy tinnitus biofeedback and blood pressure control hearing handicap schizophrenia social phobia school refusal back pain obesity conscious and unconscious knowledge interview behaviour addiction eye movement desensitization (EMDR) vicious cycles of sleeplessness promoting self-initiated toileting in children with severe developmental disabilities active listening social interaction among withdrawn children the therapeutic use of silence verbal interaction analysis development disabilities Gerhard Andersson is the leader of an internet research group investigating the efficacy of different self-developed self-help programs on the internet (tinnitus, headache, panic disorder, stress, insomnia). Discontinued - now Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
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