Joseph Wolpe

Affiliations: 
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
Anxiety, behavior therapy, systematic desensitization
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CHANGING THE FACE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
AND COMMON SENSE:
JOSEPH WOLPE, 20 APRIL 1915 – 4 DECEMBER 1997

In 1958, Dr Joseph Wolpe published a book (Psychotherapy by reciprocal inhibition) in which he not only claimed that it was possible to treat the symptoms of anxiety by
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Wolpe J. (2000) Reciprocal inhibition as the main basis of psychotherapeutic effects | Sur l'inhibition reciproque en tant que support principal des effets psychotherapeutiques Psychotherapies. 20: 51-64
Wolpe J, Plaud JJ. (1997) Pavlov's contributions to behavior therapy. The obvious and not so obvious. The American Psychologist. 52: 966-72
Wolpe J. (1997) Commentary on "Beyond the efficacy ceiling" - Responses to an irrelevant subtitle Behavior Therapy. 28: 613-614
Wolpe J, Plaud JJ. (1997) Pavlov's contributions to behavior therapy : The obvious and the not so obvious American Psychologist. 52: 966-972
Wolpe J. (1997) Thirty years of behavior therapy Behavior Therapy. 28: 633-645
Wolpe J. (1993) Commentary: the cognitivist oversell and comments on symposium contributions. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 24: 141-7
Wolpe J, Abrams J. (1991) Post-traumatic stress disorder overcome by eye-movement desensitization: a case report. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 22: 39-43
Wolpe J. (1989) The derailment of behavior therapy: a tale of conceptual misdirection. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 20: 3-15
Wolpe J, Rowan VC. (1989) Classical conditioning and panic disorder: reply to Sanderson and Beck Behaviour Research and Therapy. 27: 583-584
Wolpe J, Wright R. (1988) The neglect of data-gathering instruments in behavior therapy practice. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 19: 5-9
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