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It is the thesis of this chapter that the be- systematic growth is related to the reluctance havior modification approach, which utilizes of other approaches to utilize the tools and for its development the empirical and theo- procedures of basic researchers in the field of retical offering of experimental psychology, psychology. The development of related aprepresents the kind of foundation needed if plied sciences can be shown to be a direct inroads are to be made on our mental health function of the applied scientists ' ability to CHAPTER 2 • EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS draw on the established principles developed by basic researchers in the area.
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