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Cognitive behaviour
Covert verbal or imaginal behaviour. Examples include thinking, talking to yourself, imagining specific behaviour or situations, and recalling events of the past. Cognitive behaviour is influenced by the same environmental variables that influence over behaviour.
Cognitive behaviour modification
Procedures used to help people change some aspect of their cognitive behaviour. Includes procedures to help people eliminate undesirable cognitive behaviours (i.e. cognitive restructuring) and procedures to teach people more desirable cognitive behaviours (i.e. cognitive coping skills training)
Cognitive coping skills training
A cognitive behaviour modification procedure in which the person learns specific self-statements for use in a problem situation to improve his or her performance or influence his or her behaviour. An example is self-instructional training.
Cognitive restructuring
A cognitive behaviour modification procedure in which the client learns to identify thoughts that are distressing and then learns to eliminate those thoughts or to replace them with more desirable thoughts.
Cognitive therapy
A type of cognitive restructuring, originally develop by Beck, in which the therapist teaches the client to identify and change his or her distorted thoughts or self-talk.
Self-instructional training
A cognitive behaviour modification procedure where clients learn to make self-statements that make it more likely that a target behaviour will occur in a specific situation.
What are the three types of differential reinforcement procedures?

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