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Assessing belief systems: Concepts and strategies. In P. C. Kendall & S. D. ), Assessment strategies for cognitive-behavioral interventions. New York: Academic Press, 1 9 8 1 . Thorpe, G. , Amatu, H. , Blakey, R. , & Burns, L. E. Contributions of overt instruc­ tional rehearsal and "specific insight" to the effectiveness of self-instructional training: A preliminary study. Behavior Therapy, 1 9 7 6 , 7, 5 0 4 - 5 1 1 . Tosi, D. J. Personal reactions with some emphasis on new directions, application, and research.

1979). After subjects listed their thoughts in anticipation of the interaction with an unfamiliar woman, they were asked to go back and rate each thought on the same valence dimension that judges later used: favorable toward self, unfavorable toward self, or neither favorable nor unfavorable toward self. Although judges' ratings revealed differences between cognitive responses of high- and low-anxious subjects, subjects' own subjective ratings were not affected by anxiety level. Cacioppo et aJ.

Kendall, Finch, and Montgomery (1978) found that subjects who characteristically em­ ployed reversal defenses (denial, negation, and reaction formation) and projection tended to respond to a vicarious threat to self-esteem with a decrease in state anxiety. In general, being able to put a "good light on things" (Lazarus, 1980, p. 123) is associated with adaptive functioning (Lazarus, Cohen, Folkman, Kanner, & Schaefer, 1980; Laz­ arus, Kanner, & Folkman, 1980). Lazarus, Kanner, and Folkman (1980) suggest that positively toned emotions may arise from false assumptions as well as from accurate appraisals.

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