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(p. 13) Cognitive–behavioural assessment 

(p. 13) Cognitive–behavioural assessment
(p. 13) Cognitive–behavioural assessment

Joan Kirk

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date: 13 November 2019

This chapter considers cognitive–behavioural assessment, its goals, modes of assessment, measurement in cognitive–behavioural assessment and treatment, and sources of information (behavioural interviewing, self-monitoring, self-report questionnaires, information from third parties, direct observation, and physiological measures).

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