The goal of this book is to present the characteristics and underlying assumptions of the behavioral assessment paradigm and to show how they affect the strategies of behavioral assessment. Although all of the concepts and strategies discussed in this book are applicable in the research, this book focuses on the use of behavioral assessment to guide clinical judgements.Stephen N. Haynes, William Hayes Oa#39;Brien ... are multiple methods of intervention available to the therapist with limited focus and effects for different treatment methods; ... 1A aquot;standardizedaquot; treatment usually involves aspecifically delineated procedure, usually with the aid of a treatment manual, within and across sessions.
|Title||:||Principles and Practice of Behavioral Assessment|
|Author||:||Stephen N. Haynes, William Hayes O'Brien|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2002|