Lang's imagery training procedure : a clinical study
Imagery has become one of the major tools in the armamentarium of the clinical psychologist. It enables the clinician to work within an environment that is almost as close to reality for the client as reality itself. Part of the reality of an image for the client lies in the client's responses to the image. The greater the fear aroused by a frightening image the more likely it is that the image more closely approximates the client's behaviour in real life. Lang( 1979(a)\ 1984) argues that...[Show more]
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