The Wiley Handbook of Contextual Behavioral Science
describes the philosophical and empirical foundation of the contextual behavioral science movement; it explores the history and goals of CBS, explains its core analytic assumptions, and describes Relational Frame Theory as a research and practice program.
- This is the first thorough examination of the philosophy, basic science, applied science, and applications of Contextual Behavioral Science
- Brings together the philosophical and empirical contributions that CBS is making to practical efforts to improve human wellbeing
- Organized and written in such a way that it can be read in its entirety or on a section-by-section basis, allowing readers to choose how deeply they delve into CBS
- Extensive coverage of this wide ranging and complex area that encompasses both a rich basic experimental tradition and in-depth clinical application of that experimental knowledge
- Looks at the development of RFT, and its implications for alleviating human suffering