The majority also included strategies associated with skills generalization, including insession
and at home practice, which have been previously shown to increase efficacy (Hertzman & Wiens, 1996).
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The second and third patterns are similar in their structure: the therapist proposes a task, either to be performed in session (in-session instruction category) or as homework (out of session instruction) and, when the client executes the task (insession
instructions compliance category) or anticipates his/her execution of the task (anticipation of out-of-session instruction compliance category), issues mid and high reinforcement utterances, while, should the client not follow the instruction (noncompliance with in-session instructions) or anticipate that he/ she will not do it (anticipation of out-of-session instruction noncompliance), answers by issuing punishment utterances.
Evoking CRBs is important in that it allows the presentation of CRB1s so that these repertoires can be changed and supplanted with CRB2s, a more effective repertoire for the client both insession
and outside of therapy.
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From this session on her insession
smoking decreased and eventually ceased altogether.
All of these measures were attempts to assess insession
performance of counseling skills, and all could be used by expert judges.
Among the more than 20 companies supporting the development of SWAP cited in the release are: Action Technologies, Adobe, Blue Oyster Software, CoCreate, Cognos, Conextions, Eventus, FileNet, Fujitsu Software Corp., InConcert Inc., InSession
, Lawson, NetObjects, Oblix, Remedy, SilverStream, Sybase, TIBCO, Wallop Software and the University of California at Irvine.
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