From Behavior Theory to Behavior Therapy is the first attempt in over two decades to demonstrate how contemporary behavior principles can be applied to the behavioral treatment of psychiatric and psychological disorders. The book's purpose is to present a forceful argument for behavior therapy integration. Unlike other books, this comprehensive volume presents both theoretical analyses and clinical applications. Each contributing author has examined the latest findings in basic and experimental research and evaluated the understanding, assessment, and treatment of the major psychological disorders. In addition to reading about the latest developments in the field, academicians and clinicians will enjoy how the authors advocate reestablishing the link between behavior theory and behavior therapy.