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Patients' attitudes toward behavior therapy and psychotherapy
Am J Psychiatry 1977;134:134-137.
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A questionnaire survey of 50 patients treated by behavior therapy or short-term, analytically oriented psychotherapy revealed that both groups, as well as those patients who improved the most, placed a high value on insight, the patient-therapist relationship, catharsis, and trust. The findings suggest that behavior therapy patients tend to place more emphasis than do their therapists on factors that have traditionally been thought important in analytic psychotherapy.

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