Workshop References - Behaviour Analysis in Ireland

References for Further Reading
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disease: the emergence of behavioural interventions. Journal of Communication
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dementia. Behavioral Therapy, 42, 9-21.
Clare, L. (2008). Neuropsychological rehabilitation and people with dementia: A modular
handbook. New York: Psychology Press.
James, I.A. (2010). Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with older people with and without
dementia. New York: Jessica Kingsley.
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commitment therapy for psychological problems following acquired brain injury.
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 21, 250-276.
Lindsley, O. R. (1001). Precision teachings unique legacy from B.F. Skinner. Journal of
Behavioral Education, 1, 253-266.
Mahendra, N. (2001). Direct interventions for improving the performance of individuals with
Alzheimer’s disease. Seminars in Speech and Language, 22, 291-303.
Márquez-González et al. (2010). Caregiving issues in a therapeutic context: New insights
from the acceptance and commitment therapy approach. In N. Pachana et al. (Eds.),
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