A principle source of high quality behaviour research papers, Behaviour Research and Therapy (BRAT) reflects and promotes cognitive behaviour therapy for psychological disorders. The scope of BRAT was expanded in 1978 in keeping with the expansion of the subject from behavioural therapy for psychopathological problems to include what was originally termed behavioural medicine. In 1993 the scope was expanded again following the incorporation of the journal Behavioural Assessment and since 1996, with the incorporation of Advances in Behaviour Research and Therapy (ABRAT), invited essays are included in a special review section of the journal. In order to allow for this expansion of content BRAT now publishes 12 issues a year.
Holdings: Vol. 33, no. 1 (Jan 1995)-present
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