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Date: 2008
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: pes:6510
Description: The authors evaluated an application of social cognitive theory principles intended to increase adherence to a problem-solving intervention. The study included 132 adult volunteers who wanted to reduc ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Date: 2008
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: une-20100423-130943
Description: Research evidence supports the efficacy of vicarious reinforcement in increasing client completion of between-session assignments. The use of vicarious reinforcement involves presenting, usually in an ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Malouff JM | Rooke SE
Date: 2008
Language: en
Type of item: entry in reference work
Identifier: vtls086376229
Description: Vicarious Reinforcement occurs when (a) an individual observes another person (a model) behave in a certain way and experience a consequence perceived as desirable by the observer, and (b) as a result ... show more
Authors: Rooke SE | Malouff JM
Date: 2006
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/265
Description: The aim of this study was to test a method of increasing adherence to a coping method assignment in individuals interested in reducing stress. Eighty university students and 48 adult nonstudents were ... show more
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Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Buckley GI | Malouff JM
Date: 2005
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: pes:2597
Description: In this study, the authors evaluated the effectiveness of a video, developed for this study and using principles of cognitive learning theory, to produce positive attitudinal change toward mental heal ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
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