A gap exists between cognitive and behavioral psychology because cognitive theorists maintain that our approach to behavioral change rests solely in the way we think about the behavior. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the cognitive theorists? Support your position. Can the gap between cognitive and behavioral psychology be bridged? Why or why not? 350 words, APA 6th edition, no direct quoting, journal review references
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