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Hi, I'm doing a report on behaviourism on the Access to Nursing course. All I need to know is is CBT based on classical or operant conditioning? Please if anyone can help I'd be truly grateful as I can't seem to find any info online or in books and it's baffling me tbh!
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Hi, I'm doing a report on behaviourism on the Access to Nursing course. All I need to know is is CBT based on classical or operant conditioning? Please if anyone can help I'd be truly grateful as I can't seem to find any info online or in books and it's baffling me tbh!
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CBT is a cognitive treatment, not a behaviourist treatment. It works by identifying faulty or unhealthy thought processes causing a 'bad' behaviour output, and changing them to healthy thought processes to create a better behaviour output
Token Economy/Social learning is based on operant conditioning
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CBT is a cognitive treatment, not a behaviourist treatment. It works by identifying faulty or unhealthy thought processes causing a 'bad' behaviour output, and changing them to healthy thought processes to create a better behaviour output
Token Economy/Social learning is based on operant conditioning
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Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), as the name suggests, uses both behavioural and cognitive techniques.

Basically at on one end you have 'Behavioural therapy' and on the other you have 'Cognitive therapy'. Cognitive-behavioural therapy lies in the middle and is a combination of both.
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