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63. ” Ellis, A. (1985b). Expanding the ABCs of rational-emotive therapy. In M Mahoney & A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognition and psychotherapy (pp. 313–323). New York: Plenum.

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65. * Ellis A. (1986). Anxiety about anxiety: The use of hypnosis with rational-emotive therapy. In E. T. Dowd &J. M. Healy (Eds.), Case studies in hypnotherapy (pp. 3— 11). New York Guilford.

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