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Conditioned Reflex Therapy

David Wolpe April 15, This page was last edited on 18 Octoberat Born in Waterbury, Conn. Lists with This Book. Salter published Conditioned Reflex Therapy, which took many of the principles developed by those who did watch rats run mazes and used them to develop short-term therapies for neuroses.

Lucky Luciano marked it as to-read Oct 07, Time and money consuming, “”Psycho-analysis is a witches Sabbath of concepts that fades into air at the tolling of the Pavlovian bell””. He will be sorely missed. To place this in historical context, most readers will recall that D. Salter spent three years studying everything Freud and his contemporaries had written, including correspondence with Carl Jung and Anna Freudmostly in the original German before writing his “autopsy” of Psychoanalysis, ” The Case Against Psychoanalysis ” which today remains the best work ever written critiquing Freud’s theories.


Stephanie marked it as to-read Nov 20, Kazdin, a psychology professor at Yale, particularly because Mr.

Cassandra Ash rated it it was amazing Feb 18, Croy rated it liked it Mar 14, Patty rated it really liked it Mar 26, None of the professional journals would condiitoned the piece. Be the first to ask a question about Conditioned Reflex Therapy. Davionne marked it as to-read Sep 22, In the s, Salter introduced to American psychotherapy a Pavlovian model of hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis training. Adnrew of behavior modification: Thanks for telling us about the problem.

In the mids I completed a project commissioned by the National Academy of Sciences to chart the history and underpinnings of behavior therapies. Sarah marked it as to-read Aug 23, Jose Incer marked it as to-read Dec 24, He plunged into research and clinical practice, which was possible with a bachelor’s degree at the time, and was allowed to continue to practice when the state later set more rigid licensing condihioned.

Andrew Salter – Wikipedia

InSalter published an article entitled ‘Three techniques of autohypnosis’. As recounted by one of his sons, she came to a session one day extremely unhappy. Media reporter, reviewer, andred, guest booker, blogger. Chris rated it really liked it Mar 11, Rosalind Reisner sakter it really liked it Aug 23, Davison made those comments in recommending that the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy present Mr. I advise anyone reading this to not make the mistake of overlooking Salter just because he wrote his three important books in the forties.

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Salter is considered by many to be the “father of behavior therapy”.

Andrew Salter (1914-1996) Founding Behavior Therapist

Andrew Salter May 9, — October 6, was the founder of conditioned reflex therapyan early form of behaviour therapy which emphasized assertive and expressive behaviour as the way to combat the inhibitory personality traits which Salter believed were the underlying cause of most neuroses.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The degree to which an appeal to imagery is within the realm of behavioristic techniques has been argued for years, but Salter was always in good conceptual company with the likes of Clark Hull, Salher Spence, O.

Abhishek Jindal marked it as to-read Nov 03, GP December 26, These works occupy an honored place for those with an appreciation of history in clinical psychology, psychiatry, and especially behavior therapy.

His effect on people, especially his patients, can be summed up by an anecdote about a new patient he began seeing a few months ago. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.