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1

Behavioral Family Therapy is based on the principles of ___________, social learning theory, and __________ theory.

  • Operant conditioning
  • Social exchange

2

Included in this category are: Behavioral ___________ Therapy Behavioral ___________ Training Conjoint _____ Therapy

  • Marital
  • Parent
  • Sex

3

Maladaptive behavior is _________ and __________ by its antecedents and consequences.

  • Learned
  • Maintained

4

The major goal of Behavioral Family Therapy is to _____ the ____________ (antecedents and consequences) that are maintaining problematic behaviors.

  • Alter
  • Environmental factors

5

Behavioral Family therapies share several characteristics, including 1) a focus on ____________, 2) ongoing ___________ of behaviors to identify therapy targets and effects, 3) an emphasis on decreasing target behaviors through __________ reinforcement, and 4) a focus on improving __________ and problem-solving skills.

  • Observable behaviors
  • Assessment
  • Contingent
  • Communication

6

Stuart's (1969) __________________ is a form of behavioral marital therapy that combines social exchange theory with the principles of operant conditioning and uses _____________ to increase the number and range of ______________ exchanged by partners.

  • Operant Interpersonal Therapy
  • Contingency contracts
  • Positive reinforcements

7

Functional Family Therapy combines systems theory with elements of _______ theory and ________ therapy and uses behavioral and cognitive strategies to identify the functions of maladaptive behaviors, and replace them with more adaptive ones.

  • Learning
  • Cognitive

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