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tBT CoverAn ABCT tradition, the Behavior Therapist has stimulated readers for over 30 years with its high-quality, thought-provoking articles on cognitive and behavioral practice, theory, and research, including humor, reviews, training program overviews, clinical dialogues, and news of the field. A publication devoted to work by seasoned clinicians, researchers, and students alike, often featuring theoretical debates among pioneers of the field, tBT is an excellent educational tool and archive of the field's evolution. Received by all ABCT members (8 times a year), the Behavior Therapist is ABCT's most popular publication.

Editor: Richard LeBeau, Ph.D.

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2018 Editions of the Behavior Therapist Journal.
tBT Volume 41, No. 8
ABCT, December 2018
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Bleske-Rechek April Science Does the Language Fit the Evidence? Unwarranted Casual Language in Psychological Scientists' Scholarly Work 341
Gunseor Michaela M.      
Maly Jenna R.      
Huit T. Zachary Equity and Access Enhancing Queer and Transgender Resilience: Review of a Self-Help Book 353
Holt Natalie R.      
Hope Debra A.      
Crasta Dev Book Review Positive Psychology at the Movies: Using Films to Build Character Strengths and Well-Being 355
Davison Gerald C. Obituaries In Memoriam: Walter Mischel (1930-2018) 356
Kilpatrick Dean G.   In Memoriam: Heidi Susan Resnick (1957-2018) 359
Best Connie L.      
Smith Daniel W.      
Eubanks Catherine F.   In Memoriam: Jeremy Safran (1952-2018) 361
Arnold Kevin D.   In Memoriam: E. Thomas Dowd (1938-2018) 363
Anton Barry S.      
    At ABCT Call for Ticketed Sessions, 2019 364
      Call for Papers / General Sessions 2019 365
      Call for 2019 Award Nominations 366
      Nominations for ABCT Officers: If Not You, Who? 367
tBT Volume 41, No. 7
ABCT, October 2018
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Wilhelm Sabine President's Message Why is ABCT Organizing Think Tanks? 305
Reardon Kathleen W. Science The Emerging Relationship Between Clinical Psychology and the Credibility Movement 307
Corker Katherine S.      
Tackett Jennifer L.      
Michaels Timothy I. Access and Equity Racial Differences in the Appraisal of Microaggressions Through Cultural Consensus Modeling 314
Gallagher Natalie      
Crawford Michael      
Kanter Jonathan W.      
Williams Monnica T.      
Herr Nathaniel R. Professional and Legislative Issues Reports on the 2018 NIMH Professional Coalition for the Research Progress and the Open Session of the National Advisory Mental Health Council 322
Fang Angela Special Interest Groups Integrating Neuroscience into Research on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on a Continuum of Involvement 323
Winer Jeffrey P. Clinical Practice Development and Implementation of a Single-Session Diversity and Multicultural Psychology Group Intervention within an Academic Psychiatric Hospital 327
Wadsworth Lauren P.      
Forgeard Marie      
Pinder-Amaker Stephanie      
Bjorgvinsson Throstur      
Beard Courtney      
Pantalone David At ABCT Nominations for ABCT Officers: If Not You, Who? 335
      Welcome, New Members! 336
      Call for 2019 Submissions: Ticketed Sessions 337
      Call for 2019 Award Nominations 338
tBT Volume 41, No. 6
ABCT, September 2018
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Lilienfield Scott O. Clinical Dialogues Pseudoscience in Behavior Therapy: Concurrences, Confusions and Clarifications - Response to Strosahl 273
Gaudiano Brandon A.      
Brooks Julia Science Breaking into Open Science: A Primer on Publicly Available Datasets for Graduate Students in Clinical Science 281
Cardenas Sofia I.      
Clayton Michal      
Perhamus Gretchen      
Perlstein Samantha C.      
Ross Andrew J.      
Roule Alexandra      
Vinograd Meghan      
McKay Dean Research to Practice Assessing Harms and Benefits in Psychological Interventions: Update from the Coalition for the Advancement and Application of Psychological Sciences (CAAPS) 291
Jensen-Doss Amanda      
Lilienfield Scott O.      
Teachman Bethany      
White Bradley      
Friedberg Robert D.   21st Century Skills for Cognitive-Behavioral Clinicians Interested in Leading Behavioral Health Care Staffs: The Importance of TEAM 294
Bearman Sarah Kate      
Miller Allen      
Jo Mason Elizabeth      
Walkup John T.      
Miller Melissa L. Clinical Practice A Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Flowchart: A Practical Tool for Therapists and Clients 298
Knopp Kayla Book Review Taitz (2018) How to be Single and Happy 300
Steketee Gail At ABCT Building the Future of ABCT: Fundraising to Benefit our Members 301
Schachter Robert   When the Public Meets Science and CBT 303
tBT Volume 41, No. 5
ABCT, June 2018
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Strosahl Kirk Science Some Reflections on the Stormy Marriage of Science, Would-Be Science, and "Pseudoscience" 237
Otis John D. Research to Practice The Application of the Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders to Chronic Pain 248
Puckett Jae A. Clinical Forum Considerations for Clinical Work and Research with Transgender and Gender Diverse Individuals 253
Barr Sebastian M.      
Wadsworth Lauren P.      
Thai Jayden      
Murrell Amy R. Book Review Raja & Ashrafi (2018), The PTSD Survival Guide for Teens 263
Bardone-Cone Anna M. Training Mentoring in Clinical Psychology 264
Hoffman Jonathan Lighter Side The Sirens of Vienna 268
McKay Dean      
    At ABCT Eimer and Schuler Visit the Hill 270
      ABCT Champions of Evidence-Based Interventions 271
      Featured Award Recipient 271
      Election Results 238
      Annual Convention - Thursday Events 270
      New Webinars 272
tBT Volume 41, No. 4
ABCT, April 2018
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Wolitzsky-Taylor Kate Stigma in Mental Health Introduction to the Special Issue on Stigma in Mental Health 181
LeBeau Richard      
Anderson RaeAnn      
Hinshaw Stephen P.   Stigma, Humanization and Mental Health: The Next Frontier 183
Schultz William   Biogenetic Etiologies of Mental Disorders: Stigma, Mental Health Literacy and Prognostic Pessimism 188
Murrell Amy R.   Three Tweets to the Wind: Providing Context via Simulated Social Media to Decrease Stigma Toward Problematic Drinking 195
Lester Ethan G.      
Moyer Danielle      
Lincoln Taylor      
Mango Joseph D.   Addressing Mental Health Stigma Through the Arts: Development of a Stakeholder-Academic Partnered Program 200
Saks Elyn R.      
Jeffers Kia Skrine      
Wells Matthew      
Chung Bowen      
Jones Loretta      
Wells Kenneth      
Aguilera Adrian   Leveraging Mobile Technologies to Improve Mental Health in Underserved Populations: Lessons Learned from Latino Immigrants and Homeless Populations 208
Schueller Stephen      
Theimer Kate   Child Sexual Abuse: Stigmatization of Victims and Suggestions for Clinicians 213
Hansen David J.      
LeBeau Richard   Stigma and Treatment Engagement Among Veterans Living with HIV: Recommendations for Research, Intervention and Policy 219
Bailey Katherine      
Feinstein Brian A.   Bisexual Individuals' Experiences with Changing their Self-Identified Sexual Orientation: The Roles of Partner Gender and Pressure from Parents 223
Dyar Christina      
Davila Joanne      
Jabbour Jeremy      
Corrigan Patrick W.   Stigma Change and Behavior Therapy 20 Years Later 230
    At ABCT Welcome, New Members 233
      Voting, 2018 235
 
tBT Volume 41, No. 3
ABCT, March 2018
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Codd, III R. Trent Dialectical Behavior Therapy New Thinking About Old Ideas: Introduction to the Special Issue on Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy 109
Craighead Linda      
Lynch Thomas R.   Tribe Matters: An Introduction to Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy 116
Vanderbleeck Emily   Too Much Versus Too Little Control: The Etiology, Conceptualization and Treatment Implications of Overcontrol and Under control 125
Gilbert Kirsten      
Hempel Roelie J.   How to Differentiate Overcontrol from Under control: Findings from the RefraMED Study and Guidelines from Clinical Practice 132
Rushbrook Sophie C.      
O'Mahen Heather      
Lynch Thomas R.      
Luoma Jason B.   Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Shared Features and Differences with ACT, DBT and CFT 142
Codd, III R. Trent      
Lynch Thomas R.      
Astrachan-Fletcher Ellen   Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Anorexia Nervosa: Connection, Openness and Flexibility at the Heart of Recovery 149
Giblin Alexia      
Simic Mima      
Gorder Julianna      
Booth Richard   Group Radical Openness 154
Egan Rachel      
Gibson Jennifer      
Hamilton Laura   Not Everything is as it Seems: RO DBT and Overcontrolled Disorders in Forensic Settings 157
Bacon Lee      
Longfellow Emma      
Tennant Allison      
Hempel Roelie J.   The Implementation of RO DBT in Clinical Practice 161
Booth Richard      
Giblin Alexia      
Hamilton Laura      
Hoch Amy      
Portner James      
Tomcik Nathan      
Rushbrook Sophie C.      
Simic Mima      
Hunt Katrina      
Wolf-Arehult Martina      
    At ABCT Leadership & Elections, 2018 131
    52nd Annual Convention Preparing to Submit an Abstract 174
      Call for Papers (General Sessions) 175
      Understanding the ABCT Convention 176
      Continuing Education Opportunities 177
      ABCT Comment on Initiative Regarding Full Range of Career-Level Representation in Convention Symposium Abstract Review Criteria 179
tBT Volume 41, No. 2
ABCT, February 2018
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
German Miguelina Science Risk Factors for Early and Late Dropout from Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Adolescents 69
Corcoran Vincent P.      
Wheeler Lorey      
DeMairo Jeana L.      
Peros Olivia M.      
Bahuguna Tanvi      
Miller Alec L.      
Arch Joanna J. Clinical Forum A Conversation with Steve Hayes and Stefan Hofmann about Process-Based CBT 81
Persons Jacqueline B. Research-Practice Publishing a Single-Case Study 83
Jensen Alexandra S.      
Wilner Julianne Technology emotions101: Development of an Online Prevention Course for College Students Based on the Unified Protocol 89
Russell Keara      
Sauer-Zavala Shannon      
Miller Melissa L. Clinical Dialogues He/She/I Said What?! Reflections on Addressing Microaggressions in Supervision 95
Nagy Gabriela A.      
Baucom Katherine News 2017 ABCT Featured Student Award Recipients 99
    At ABCT Minutes of the Annual Meeting of Members 100
    52nd Annual Convention Preparing to Submit an Abstract 104
      Call for Papers 105
      Understanding the ABCT Convention 106
tBT Volume 41, No. 1
ABCT, January 2018
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Codd, III R. Trent Pseudoscientific Ideas Introduction to the Special Issue: Pseudoscience in Mental Health Treatment: What Remedies Are Available? 1
Rapp David N.   The Challenge of Overcoming Pseudoscientific Ideas 4
Donovan Amalia M. Clinical Psychology    
Trafimow David Problematic Evidence The Scientist-Practitioner Gap in Clinical Psychology: A Social Psychology Perspective 12
O'Donohue William Pseudoscience Science and Epistemic Vice: The Manufacture and Marketing of Problematic Evidence 19
Follette William C.   Pseudoscience Persists Until Science Raises the Bar 24
Johnson Clara   De-Implementation of Harmful, Pseudoscientific Practices: An Underutilized Step in Implementation Research 32
Wiltsey-Stirman Shannon      
La Bash Heidi Pseudoscientific Beliefs    
Vyse Stuart Pseudoscience in Clinical Practice What's a Therapist to Do When Clients Have Pseudoscientific Beliefs? 36
McKay Dean Science-Based Evidence The Seductive Allure of Pseudoscience in Clinical Practice 39
Lilienfeld Scott O.   Why Evidence-Based Practice Isn't Enough: A Call for Science-Based Practice 42
Jay Lynn Steven      
Bowden Stephen C. Clinical Psychology    
Napolitano Lisa A. Pseudoscientific Practices Pseudotherapies in Clinical Psychology: What Legal Recourse Do We Have? 47
Pignotti Monica Sleep Disorder Relationship to PTSD Symptom Exposing Pseudoscientific Practices: Benefits and Hazards 51
    At ABCT Classified 54
      Call for Nominations for ABCT Officers 55
      Awards & Recognition Ceremony, 2017 56
      Call for Award Nominations 58
      Preparing to Submit an Abstract 60
      Understanding the ABCT Convention 61
      Call for Continuing Education Sessions 62
      Call for Papers (General Sessions) 63
      ABCT and Continuing Education 64

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