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Norman Epstein & Donald H. Baucom

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A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to Couples' Problems: A Program of Research and its Clinical Applications
A cognitive-behavioral approach to couples' problems: A program of research and its clinical applications
NormanEpstein and Donald H.Baucom
Research on Cognitive and Behavioral Factors in Couple Relationships

In the early 1980s, we became aware of each other's research on cognitive and behavioral factors influencing marital adjustment, through reading each other's journal publications and attending each other's presentations at the annual conventions of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy (AABT). Initially, one of us (Baucom) tended to focus more on the traditional components of behavioral marital therapy (contracting, communication training and problem-solving training) (cf. Jacobson & Margolin, 1979), while the other (Epstein) placed an emphasis on applying a cognitive mediation model typical of the ...

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