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A history of phobic disturbances or the patient's report of fear of obesity or weight gain may per se suggest that he belongs to the subgroup of anorexics for whom desensitization is indicated. On the 52nd day the behavioral treatment was evaluated as successful: normal eating behavior (3600 cal day) had been established; weight REFERENCES was at its highest level (85 lb) since admission, AZERRAD J. and STAFFORD R. L. (1969) Restoration of leading to the expectation of normal weight eating behavior in anorexia nervosa through operant within a relatively short period.

TEACHING THE NONVERBAL COMPONENTS OF ASSERTIVE TRAINING REFERENCES ALBERTI R. E. and EMMONS M. L. O. BERNE E. Y. , FRIESSEN W. V. and TAUSSIG T. (1969) VID-R and scan: tools and methods in the analysis of facial expression and body movements (Edited by LAWS R. and SERBER M. (1971) Measurement 39 and Evaluation of Assertive Training. ; September 1971. REICH W. Y. MEHRABIAN A. and FERRIS S. R. (1967) Inference of attitudes from non-verbal communication in two channels, / . Consulting Psychol. 31, 248-252.

At the same time, the patient was being trained with Paul's (1964) modification of Jacobsons' (1938) relaxation technique and instructed in the basic strategy of systematic desensitization. Four days were set aside for baseline observa­ tions of eating behavior and of activity level measured by a pedometer on the patient. The staff were told that the patient could engage in all regular ward activities, and requested not to reinforce any behavior related to her weight or to eating. The caloric intake during this period was 600 cal per day.

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