Rational and Irrational Beliefs and Psychopathology
This chapter reviews research on the association between irrational beliefs (IBs) and general psychiatric symptoms including depression, anxiety, assertiveness problems, and Type A coronary-prone behavior. Increased levels of IBs are associated with emotional disturbances. Now that this relationship appears to be established, several directions for future REBT research are proposed.
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