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An Introduction to CBT Research
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An Introduction to CBT Research



October 2019 | 248 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

This highly practical book will guide students through the different levels of research within CBT by addressing the general principles of grappling with evidence and understanding statistics. It also highlights how to critically engage with, interpret and evaluate research so that it can be used to shape practice. This important book will help readers see the relevance of research in their working lives and empower them to become active and keen researchers.


 
Introduction
 
Part I: Why does research matter in CBT?
 
Chapter 1: What is research and why do we bother?
 
Chapter 2: Why evidence matters: the research-practice gap
 
Part II: What do I need to know to understand research?
 
Chapter 3: Different approaches to evidence
 
Chapter 4: Common forms of research in CBT
 
Chapter 5: The role of statistics
 
Part III: How can I use existing research?
 
Chapter 6: Finding relevant research
 
Chapter 7: Evaluating evidence
 
Part IV: How do I conduct my own research?
 
Chapter 8: Research question(s) and research design: Direction, route & destination
 
Chapter 9: Getting the recipe right before you start: Ingredients & method
 
Chapter 10: Ethical issues in research
 
Chapter 11: The data collection phase
 
Chapter 12: The data analysis phase
 
Chapter 13: Disseminating your research

This is the book for you if you want an excellent and readable guide that will support you in making sense of research in the context of Psychotherapy in general and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapies in particular. It also enables the reader to understand how to undertake the process of carrying out and disseminating their own research in psychological interventions. The skillful blend of central principles with illustrative examples provides clarity without oversimplification. The author has carefully crafted the narrative and presentation of material to ensure that it is practical and relevant whilst building to an accurate and sophisticated understanding of clinically applicable research.  This is achieved through a crystal clear explanation of the fundamental principles of the entire range of research and how these can be applied to improve CBT practice and therefore to benefit those seeking help.

 

Paul Salkovskis
Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Oxford, and Director, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust Centre for Psychological Health

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