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- 1 Setting the Scene: Why We Need a Theory for Change
- 2 What Is Therapeutic Change?
- 3 Motivation to Change
- 4 Individual Differences in Ability to Change: Personality and Context
- 5 Conditioning: Changing the Meaning and Value of Events
- 6 Contingencies: Reward and Punishment in Therapeutic Change
- 7 Response Relationships: The Dynamics of Behavioral Regulation
- 8 Cognition: Changing Thoughts and Fantasies
- 9 Self-Influence
- 10 Social Mediators and the Therapeutic Relationship
- 11 Culture as Behavior Change
- 12 Conclusions: How and Why People Can Change and Be Changed