Introduction to the Special Issue on Clinical Psychology and Behavioral Science: Processes, Principles, and Analytic Strategies

Yvonne Barnes-holmes, Dermot Barnes-holmes, Ciara McEnteggart, Michael J. Dougher, Carmen Luciano

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Abstract

The current special issue has as its focus the relationship between behavioral science and clinical psychology. Clinical psychology encompasses many schools of thought, one of which is the behavioral science wing. This wing encompasses a broad range of interests, including the use of applied behavior analysis (ABA) as in developmental disabilities and clinical behavior analysis (CBA) in psychotherapy. The eight conceptual papers in the current issue focus on one or both of these areas. One of the key themes of these papers is an
attempt to articulate the links between the authors’ clinical interests and existing or new concepts and practices in behavioral science.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Psychological Record
Early online date17 Nov 2020
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 17 Nov 2020

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