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Nonspecific Common Factors Theory Meets Memory Reconsolidation | The Science of Psychotherapy
Nonspecific Common Factors Theory Meets Memory Reconsolidation: A Game-Changing Encounter? Bruce Ecker Nonspecific common factors theory asserts, based on 75 years of randomized controlled trials of different types of psychotherapy, that specific processes and procedures cannot contribute powerfully to therapeutic change. This assertion derives from finding essentially the same rather modest level of efficacy for …