Recommended Links

If you have interest in exploring more on cognitive behavior managementSM, these pages may provide a link to more information.

  1. Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapists
  2. K – 12 Staff development: Discipline without Stress, Rewards, or Punishments – Raise Responsibility & Create a Learning Community
  3. Attribution Theory
  4. Motivation: Summary
  5. Attribution Theory
  6. Basics of Cognitive Therapy
  7. The NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP) University
  8. Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies – Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum for children with Problems in Living
  9. NeuroLinguistic Programming Links – see particularly Lee Lady a Mathematics Professor and NLP advocate
  10. Collaboration for Academic, Social & Emotional Learning
  11. Life Space Crisis Education – an outline of procedures for damping crisis
  12. Thinking for A Change: A cognitive–behavioral curriculum developed by the National Institute of Corrections that concentrates on changing the criminogenic thinking of offenders.
  13. The Intention Experiment is a series of scientifically controlled, web-based experiments testing the power of intention to change the physical world.
  14. Michael Merzenich: Growing evidence of brain plasticity
  15. The Virtual Faculty
  16. Gerald Edleman
  17. What is Cognitive Psychology? – Kendra Cherry, About.com
  18. What is Brain Plasticity? – Kendra Cherry, About.com
  19. Transtheoretical Model – An integrative, biopsychosocial model to conceptualize the process of intentional behavior change.

Disclaimer

Unless specifically noted all materials are written by Jerome R. Gardner. As you will see by the size of the library contents, the materials are substantial. Since most of the writing was developed as think papers and not for publication, there will inevitably be some areas without proper citation. If you come across any, please notify the site manager and it will be rectified. Other than that, readers may use all materials. While I would prefer recognition, it is not necessary.