PMID: 4748863Oct 1, 1973

Specific and non-specific factors in behaviour therapy

The British Journal of Psychiatry : the Journal of Mental Science
M G GelderP M Shaw

Abstract

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Nervousness
Behavior Therapy
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Pulse Rate
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Phobia, Social
Factor Construct Rating Scales (Fcrs)
Psychological Tests (Procedure)

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