DEFFERENTIAL EFFECTIVENESS OF COGNITIVE RESTRUCTURING OF COGNITIVE RESTUCTURING AND SELF-MANAGEMENT

DEFFERENTIAL EFFECTIVENESS OF COGNITIVE RESTRUCTURING OF COGNITIVE RESTUCTURING AND SELF-MANAGEMENT

Author by Prof. Ruth Aderanti

Language: English

Abstract

This study investigated the differential effectiveness of cognitive restructuring (CR) and self-management(SM) on adolescent rebelliousness. Participants consist of seventy-two inmates (36 males and females) from two Roman homes in an urban city of south-western Nigeria. ANCOVA was used to test the differential effectiveness among the independent variables (CR and SM) on rebelliousness. CR was identified the most effective in the treatment of rebelliousness than SM (p<.05). Based on this result the study advocated for the use of CR for the treatment of rebelliousness. The Romanian Journal for psychology, psychotherapy and Neuroscience Volume 1, issue 1


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