Advances in Cognitive–Behavioral Research and Therapy. by Philip C. Kendall

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The leader offers to help the mouse persuade Dumbo of his ability to fly. The crow pulls a big black feather out of his tail and tells Dumbo that maybe he can't fly by himself, but with the help of the feather, he will indeed be able to fly. Dumbo grasps the feather, flaps his ears, and takes off in flight. Dumbo and the mouse plan to show off to the clowns by demon­ strating that he can fly. At the big moment, however, as Dumbo jumps off his high perch, he loses his feather. Without faith in his ability to fly alone, he begins to fall.

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Think-aloud approaches to cognitive assessment. In T. V. Merluzzi, C. R. Glass, & M. ), Cognitive assessment. New York: Guil­ ford, 1 9 8 1 . , Glass, C. , & Heinssen, R. , Jr. A measure of irrational beliefs in heterosocial situations. Unpublished manuscript. Catholic University of America, 1981. Glass, C. , & Arnkoff, D. B. The effect of cognitive set on thinking processes in four types of problematic situations. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New York, November 1980.

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