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3. To confirm the effects of treatment. 4. To check studies where cognitive factors have either been manipulated or implicated in the effects of the manipulation. , Bandura, 1969, 1971, 1977b; Bandura & Walters, 1963) and has evolved considerably over time. Bandura noted that in addition to outcome expectation, a person’s sense of his or her ability to perform a certain behavior mediates performance. He referred to these latter expectations as efficacy expectations or self-efficacy, and suggested that they have important implications for treatment.
1949). Doctoral training programs in clinical psychology: 1949. American Psychologist, 4, 331–341. American Psychological Association, Presidential Task Force on Evidence-Based Practice.
Some of the major methodological changes that were made for children in Freud’s psychoanalysis were the substitution of play activities for the technique of free association and the use of drawings and dreams to understand a child’s problems. For example, through the use of the medium of play, both Klein and Anna Freud discovered that children were able to represent to the child analyst their inner conflicts and perceptions of important relationships in their lives, as well as portray in their play their unique feelings about, perceptions of, and concerns about their various pleasurable and traumatic experiences (Morris, Li, Lizardi-Sanchez, & Morris, 2002; Warshaw, 1997).