Learning And Behavior Therapy discusses the future of behavior therapy and its roots in learning theory and research. In its beginning, behavior therapy applied what was then current learning theory and research to clinical problems. This edited work is an attempt to improve behavior therapy's future by providing a readable, thorough, and accurate description of contemporary learning research. Dr. O'Donohue, along with his contributors, has developed a comprehensive volume which examines how behavior therapists can benefit from utilizing current learning results as applied to clinical problems. Because of its coverage of basic learning research and theory, this text can also be used in an advanced undergraduate or graduate course on learning.