Clinical applications of behavioral momentum
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
An important measure of the validity and utility of basic behavioral research is the extent to which it can be applied in real life. Basic research on behavioral momentum and the model unifying choice and resistance to change (Nevin & Grace 1999) has stimulated the development of behavioral technologies aimed at increasing the persistence of adaptive behavior and decreasing maladaptive choices.
Mace, F. C.
(2000). Clinical applications of behavioral momentum. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23(1), 105-106.
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