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(p. 39) Habit Reversal Training 

(p. 39) Habit Reversal Training
(p. 39) Habit Reversal Training

Douglas W. Woods

, John C. Piacentini

, Susanna W. Chang

, Thilo Deckersbach

, Golda S. Ginsburg

, Alan L. Peterson

, Lawrence D. Scahill

, John T. Walkup

, and Sabine Wilhelm

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date: 21 May 2019

Chapter 4 discusses habit reversal training (HRT). The habit reversal training (HRT) portion of treatment consists of the following procedures: awareness training, competing response (CR) training, and social support. Methods of implementing HRT and the use of social support are also explored.

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