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restructuring

The transformation from one representation form to another at the same relative abstraction level, while preserving the subject system's external behaviour (functionality and semantics).
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The effects of the relaxation and cognitive restructuring for coping with SLE-related anxiety are suggestive that these procedures may be beneficial in reducing SLE symptom severity, disability and overall health care cost.
Special trainings applied in LD centers to treat learning disabilities, including cognitive restructuring studied by Latifi and Estaki Azad [13], aid students to increase their academic self-efficacy.
Because of the nature and course of paruresis, behavioral and CBT approaches with exposure and cognitive restructuring components seem to be most effective in treating it.
Another facet of cognitive restructuring is known as cognitive distortions.
They included: (a) establishing caloric goals and logging daily food and calorie intake, (b) behavioral contracting, (c) cognitive restructuring, (d) relapse prevention training, (e) understanding cues to overeating, and (f) relaxation strategies.
There will be no significant difference among subjects treated with Cognitive Restructuring (CR) and Problem-Solving Techniques (PST) and the control group in their level of creativity motivation.
COGNITIVE restructuring is a tried and tested psychological method for anger management the world over.
Therapeutic cognitive restructuring must be facilitated in a non-threatening manner so as to minimize reliving of the trauma.
They subside as a result of cognitive restructuring, as the ERP process involves not giving in to the rituals.
Cognitive components typically include: identification and evaluation of automatic thoughts, cognitive restructuring, and examination of intermediate and core beliefs (Beck, Rush, Shaw, & Emery, 1979).
Cognitive restructuring and behavior modification are often included in biofeedback therapy when appropriate to help patients become aware of their responsibility and/or role in their health and well being.
Among the therapies found to be lacking evidence of effectiveness: cognitive restructuring, coping-skills training, individual psychotherapy, and group therapy, the panel said.

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