Advances in ABC Relaxation: Applications and Inventories

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Jonathan C. Smith
Springer Publishing Company, May 16, 2001 - Psychology - 320 pages
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This volume offers original studies on relaxation and stress management. Practitioners will find a wealth of specific, ready-to-use, evidence-based suggestions for incorporating relaxation techniques into their clinical work. Part I summarizes practical advances in the theory, research, and assessment of relaxation. Part II is an anthology of 25 studies on relaxation focusing on individual differences; stress, coping and relaxation; factor analyses and correlations; and practice techniques. An appendix offers a complete relaxation inventory of scales for those interested in developing their own studies.

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Implications
33
The ABC Relaxation Report
59
The Great and Most Holy
82
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Jonathon C. Smith, PhD, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, and founder and Director of the Roosevelt University Stress Institute. He has published numerous articles and 11 books on stress, relaxation, and mediation; and has taught stress management and relaxation to thousands of individuals, corporations, and clinics. Roosevelt University has granted Dr. Smith a Distinguished Professorship in order to conduct ABC relaxation research and develop the Stress Institute.

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