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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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2003 Editions of the Behavior Therapist Journal.
tBT Volume 26, No. 8
ABCT, December 2003
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Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Monson Candice M. Open Forum Cognitive-Behavioral Couples 'Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 393
Guthrie Karen A.      
Stevens Susan      
O'Donohue William   Rational Animals : Behavior Therapy's Focus on Knowledge and Understanding of Human Behavior 402
Reiss Steven   Epicurus : The First : Rational-Emotive Therapist 405
Kazdin Alan E. Book Reviews Conditioned Reflex Therapy (50th-Anniversary printing), by Andrew Salter 408
Przeworski Amy   Empirically Supported Cognitive Therapies : Current and Future Applications, by W.J. Lyddon and J.V. Jones, Jr. 411
Newman Michelle G.      
Magovevic Mariola   New Directions for Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy : Overcoming Destructive Beliefs, Feelings and Behaviors by Albert Ellis 412
Addis Michael E.      
      Erratum 414
      Classifieds 414
    At AABT The Duties and Charges of the AABT President Elect and Representative-at-Large 415
      Nominate the Next Candidates for AABT Office 416
tBT Volume 26, No. 7
ABCT, October 2003
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Antony Martin M. Special Series : The AABT Name Change Is It Time for AABT to Change Its Name? 361
Hayes Steven C.   Let AABT Grow to Fit Its Already Large Label 363
Nezu Arthur M.   "A Rose by Any Other Name" Versus "A Boy Named Sue" 364
Smitherman Todd A.   Naming the Change of AABT 366
Gaudiano Brandon A.   Would an AABT by Just Any Other Name Smell as Sweet? 370
Persons Jacqueline B. President's Message Governing the AABT 372
HaileMariam Assegedetch Clinical Forum Behavioral Intervention for Enhancing Instructional Control in Preschool 373
Moran Daniel J. Open Forum Using E-Mail to Facilitate Compliance to Reprint Requests for Convention Poster Presenters : The Poster Police Are Back 375
Terjesen Mark      
      Invitation for Contributions to a New International Project : Toward a Common Language of Psychotherapy Procedures 378
Fudge Ronald Special Interest Groups News of the SIGs 379
Lazarus Arnold A. Letters to the Editor Some Reactions to Robert Kholenberg's Article 380
Kohlenberg Robert J.   AABT, Human Misery and Transference : A Response to Arnold Lazarus 381
         
         
Lazarus Arnold A.   CBT and Human Misery: Do We Really Need a New Infrastructure? 383
Holzman Arnold   Doing Good by Doing Good 385
Cardemil Esteban   Letter 385
    At AABT Welcome, New Members! 386
      Members Refer 375 New Members This Year 387
    AABT Convention 2003 Voluntary Contributors 388
Otto Michael W. Local Arrangements The 37th Annual AABT Convention Travel Companion to Boston 389
Pincus Donna B.      
      Classifieds 391
tBT Volume 26, No. 6
ABCT, September 2003
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
    Past Presidents of AABT Introduction 329
      Cyril Franks 331
      Joseph Wolpe 331
      Arnold A. Lazarus 332
      Leonard Ullmann 332
      John Paul Brady 334
      Gerald R. Patterson 334
      Joseph Cautela 334
      Gerald C. Davison 334
      Richard B. Stuart 336
      Nathan H. Azrin 336
      Todd Risley 337
      Alan E. Kazdin 337
      David H. Barlow 337
      Michel Hersen 338
      G. Terence Wilson 339
      Rosemery Nelson-Gray 340
      K. Daniel O'Leary 341
      Alan Ross 342
      Alan S. Bellack 342
      W. Stuart Agras 342
      W. Edward Craighead 343
      Dennis C. Russo 343
      Kelly D. Brownell 344
      Philip C. Kendall 344
      Neil Jacobson 345
      G. Alan Marlatt 345
      Richard Suinn 346
      Linda Carter Sobell 347
      Thomas H. Ollendick 347
      Arthur Freeman 348
      Antonette Zeiss 349
      Steven C. Hayes 350
      Steven D. Hollon 351
      Arthur M. Nezu 351
      Marsha M. Linehan 351
      Richard G. Heimberg 352
Pincus Donna   Convention 2003 354
Otto Michael      
Reese Hanna      
      Classifieds 357
tBT Volume 26, No. 5
ABCT, July 2003
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Hopko Derek R. Open Forum Employee Assistance Programs: Opportunities for Behavior Therapists 301
Hopko Sandra D.      
Kanahara Shunuske   Dependence on Alternative Medicine: Features, Mechanisms and Treatment Strategies 305
Wong Stephen   Behavior Therapy in Correctional Settings: Fertile Ground or Quicksand? 308
Wong Stephanie T.      
Dattilio Frank M.   To Thine Own Self Be True 309
Reitman David Lighter Side A Modest Proposal for a New Diagnostic Classification: Intrinsic Motivation Deficit Disorder (IMDD) 310
      19th Annual Bookselling Catalog 312
Raw Saul D.   Professional and Legislative Issues 322
Salzwedel Kenneth D. Letters to the Editor What is in a Name? Everything! 325
Bass Barry A.   Yes, You Can Call Yourself a Real Doctor 325
Parry Barbara   Reno Re-Revisited 325
Rothbaum Barbara O.   Response to Bobicz and Richard (2003) 326
Richard David C.S.   In Response to Dr. Rothbaum's Critique 326
    Classifieds   327
tBT Volume 26, No. 4
ABCT, June 2003
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Moran Daniel J. Special Series Future Directions in Behavior Therapy : Evolve or Die? 281
Suinn Richard M.   Answering Question Regarding the Future Directions in Behavior Therapy 282
Kohlenberg Robert J.   AABT: On the Precipice of Becoming Dysfunctional? 284
Schare Mitchell L.   A Need for the Behavioral Integration of Technology (BIT): Back to the Future 287
Olatunji Bunmi O. Open Forum Increasing Diversity in Psychology: A Call for the Involvement of Ethnic Minority Graduate Students 288
Lejuez C.W. Behavioral Assessment A Modified Computer Version of the Paced Auditory Serial Addition Task (PASAT) as a Laboratory-Based Stressor 290
Kahler Christopher W.      
Brown Richard A.      
Dattilio Frank M. Lighter Side So You Call Yourself a Doctor? 293
Raw Saul D. Professional and Legislative Issues Professional and Legislative Issues 295
Vik Peter Book Review Book Review: Connors, Donovan & DiClemente (2001), Substance Abuse and the Stages of Change 297
Cellucci Tony      
    Classifieds   298
tBT Volume 26, No. 3
ABCT, April 2003
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Beach Steven R.H. Special Series: Insiders Perspectives on the Funding Review Process Looking Inside the Black Box: Insider Perspectives on the Funding Review Process 253
Kendall Philip C.   NIMH Funding: Understanding the Mechanisms 254
Coles Meredith E.      
Chambless Dianne L.   Hints for Writing a NIMH Grant Proposal 258
Hollon Steven D.   Protecting Patient Safety in Clinical Research 261
Bobicz Kenneth P. Clinical Forum The Virtual Therapist: Behavior Therapy in a Digital Age 265
Richard David C.S.      
Dattilio Frank M. Book Reviews Sherman, C (2001) How to Go to Therapy 270
Kadden Ronald M.   Klingemann et al. (2001) Promoting Self-Change From Problem Substance Use: Practical Implications for Policy, Prevention and Treatment 271
    At AABT Welcome, New Members! 272
Petronko Michael   You Can Help AABT Grow 273
      Minutes of the Annual Meeting of Members 274
    Classifieds   277
tBT Volume 26, No. 2
ABCT, February 2003
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Canna Mark A. Student Forum - Special Series The Graduate School Experience: Academic and Personal Opportunities and Challenges Within Psychology Doctoral Programs 233
Blanchard Edward B.      
Freidenberg Brian M.      
Beck J. Gayle      
Moore Elizabeth      
Block Jennifer A.      
Canna Mark A.   Planning: The Key to Success in Graduate School 234
Moore Elizabeth   Pop Tarts Are Not a Food Group and Right Clicking is Not Exercise: A Practical Guide to Surviving the Transition to Graduate School 238
Freidenberg Brian M.   The Dissertation 241
Block Jennifer A.   The Predoctoral Clinical Internship: Applying, Interviewing, and Making the Most of the Year 243
Beck J. Gayle   The Graduate School Experience: One Faculty Member's Experience 245
Dowd E. Thomas International Scene Cultural Differences in Cognitive Therapy 247
    Classifieds   250
tBT Volume 26, No. 1
ABCT, January 2003
Index
Last Name First Name Topic Title Page
Ronan George From the Editor Behavior Therapy and Social Issues 205
DeGroot James F. Special Series: BT In Correctional Settings Behavior Therapy in Correctional Settings: Examples from the Georgia Department of Corrections 208
Seegert Carole R.   Token Economics and Incentive Programs: Behavioral Improvement in Mental Health Inmates Housed in State Prisons 208
Daniel Christy   Utility of an Intensive Behavior Therapy Unit in a Maximum Security Female Prison 211
Jackson Javel      
Watkins John      
Cox Greg   Screening Inmates for Suicide Using Static Risk Factors 212
Jackson Javel   Outcome Research with High-Risk Inmates 215
Spudic Thomas J.   Assessing Inmate Satisfaction With Mental Health Services 217
Richard David C.S. Behavioral Assessment Computers and Behavioral Assessment: 6 Years Later 219
Bobicz Ken      
Persons Jacqueline B. President's Message The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies: An Idea Whose Time Has Come 225
Steffen Ann M. At AABT Reno Revisited 226
Jacobs Sue C.   Run for an AABT Elected Office, Now! 226
Long Patricia      
Sullivan Maureen      
    Classifieds   231

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