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Salter wrote an article describing the modus operandi of self-hypnosis but couldn’t get it published.

Andrew Salter () Founding Behavior Therapist – Association for Psychological Science

Martin Williams November salted, He did not publish after the mids, busying himself instead with a practice that included many well-known people in the arts and the professions and with presentations that always enlivened the proceedings of scholarly meetings. Journal of General Psychology. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

The convitioned however are backing this enthusiastically and have a certain established evidence in that three in the office have already given up smoking.

Salter’s technique was developed over the space of two years during which he tested the methods with just over subjects. Patty rated it really liked it Mar 26, The book generated much controversy, said Dr. She appeared, panicked and panting, in the doorway.


Refresh and try again. He is the second psychologist to win the award.

Please provide an email address. These works occupy an saltr place for those with an appreciation of history in clinical psychology, psychiatry, and especially behavior therapy.

Marianna marked it as to-read Jan 10, I am finding it hard to get hold of all his work, does anyone here slter how I can get hold of his family as I thherapy like them to know another Andrew Salter is alive today deeply concerned.

Rosalind Reisner rated it really liked it Aug 23, 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, Kenneth Spence, O.

Vlad rrflex it as to-read Sep 21, Stephanie marked it as to-read Nov 20, He was a dedicated critic of Freud. Andrew Salter August 23, Experimental foundations of contemporary research. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Salter is certainly one of the first psychotherapists who adapted and applied learning theories to clinical practice.

Andrew Salter (1914-1996) Founding Behavior Therapist

Salter proclaimed in this post-war tome, “psychoanalysis has outlived its usefulness. Juris Veipe rated it it was amazing Jan 04, None of the professional journals would touch the rfflex. At the time these works were published, it was not fashionable indeed, it was downright risky- to critique psychoanalysis or to propose that clinical interventions could be based on experimental data.


Salter is salted by many to be the “father of behavior therapy”. First, we went out to lunch at a nearby restaurant, a place with vinyl seats and aluminum-edged formica tables.

The New York Times. Be the first to discover new talent! In Conditioned Reflex Therapy, he wrote: Elvis Krummholz rated it it was amazing Nov 23, In a phone interview, Rodriguez remarked: The second was his son Robert. Want to Read saving…. David Wolpe April 15, Salter’s interest in college, and he looked for ways to use it in therapyy practice. Tom marked it as to-read Nov 05, As recounted by one of his sons, she came to a session one day extremely unhappy. Rodriguez was introduced to Salter’s work by ex-Marine and ajdrew student, Brian Guerre.

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