Dysfunctional behaviors and disorders- treatments of dysfunctional behaviour

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What are the 3 studys in treatments of dysfunctional behavior?
Liebowitz- social phobia. ost and estling cbt. McGrath-phobia
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Brief description of McGraths study?
Girl with phobia of loud noises, therapy sessions, systematic desensitization, lucy was taught breathing and imagery, fear thermometer.
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Brief Description of ost and westlings study?
cognitive behavioral therapy vs applied relaxation. Assessments of panic attacks. patients recorded details of every panic attack. given 12 weeks of treatment 50-60mins with hw. CBT- taught not to feel panic but to come up with an alternative.
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Brief Description of liebowitz study?
patients allocated to 1 of 3 conditions, treated over 8 weeks. hamelton rating scale. gp1 phenelzine gp2 placebo gp3 atenal gp4 placebo.
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Findings from McGraths study?
Lucy showed improvements so that baloon could be burst 10 meters away, she could pop baloon herself. fears changes balloon 7/10-3/10 party poppers 9/10-3/10 capgun 8/10-5/10
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Findings from Ost and westlings study?
applied relaxation- 65% panic free after treatments 82% after year. CBT 74% panic free, 89% after year.
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Findings from liebowitz study?
After 8 weeks sig dif's were rated for phenalizene better anxiety score then placebo. no diff between antenal and placebo.
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