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(p. 407) Research and evaluation 

(p. 407) Research and evaluation
(p. 407) Research and evaluation

David Westbrook

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date: 06 July 2020

Chapter 18 explains why research and evaluation are important in CBT, and discusses some common approaches to “real world” research, how to plan and carry out studies, and prepare research findings for conference presentations and submission to academic journals.

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