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(p. 433) Behavioural experiments: at the crossroads 

(p. 433) Behavioural experiments: at the crossroads
(p. 433) Behavioural experiments: at the crossroads

Christine Padesky

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date: 29 November 2020

Chapter 21 explores behavioural experiments themselves, and positions them at crossroads between professional and personal science, analytical and experiential knowledge, old and new beliefs, behaviours, and emotional responses, and considers potential areas for future development of the field.

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