Overall, the study concluded that emphasizing cognitive and behavioral strategies to support smoking cessation can help individuals build tools for long term smoking abstinence.
These more streamlined approaches may help to decrease the problem posed by training clinicians in separate CBT manuals for each condition, which up to this point has been costly and produced logistical challenges for treatment dissemination efforts.
Even though CBT was being formally codified in the s when experimental cognitive psychology was also emerging as an important new science, CBT developed primarily from clinical observations obtained in the therapy office, instead of the laboratory.
Follow-up: 26 weeks On average, people receiving cognitive behavioural therapy scored 1. Follow-up: 12 months Cognitive behavioural therapy may very slightly reduce the chance of experiencing this global state outcome but there is no clear difference between people given cognitive behavioural therapy and those receiving other psychosocial therapies.
For example, behavioral activation therapy, which emerged from the seminal study by Jacobson et al.
Thus, the theoretical basis of CBT was not well connected to the emerging science of human cognition. Do changes in dysfunctional attitudes mediate changes in depression and anxiety in cognitive behavioral therapy?