Therapist factor in the treatment of insomnia
This quasi-experiment attempted to replicate the finding of Turner and Ascher (1979) in contrasting progressive relaxation, stimulus control and paradoxical intention therapies for the treatment of insomnia using clinicians-in-training as therapists. Progressive relaxation and stimulus control were again shown to be effective, paradoxical intention instructions were not. A significant therapist effect was found which is discrepant with previous findings in the field. Â© 1982.
Behaviour research and therapy
Turner, R. M. and Ascher, L. Michael, "Therapist factor in the treatment of insomnia" (1982). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 910.
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