Cognitive Approach

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Name the three Cognitive assumptions
Computer Analogy, Internal Mental Process and Schemas.
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What are the five mental process?
Memory, Perception, Thinking, Language and Attention.
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Name the two Schema examples
Piaget and Wadsworth.
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How is a relationship formed through the Cognitive Approach?
Schemas and Internal Mental Processes.
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Name the therapy used in the Cognitive Approach?
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).
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What are the main components of CBT?
Therapy Sessions, Beck's Negative Cognitive Traid
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What is the aim of CBT?
It is to challenge the negative thoughts and replace them with constructive positive thinking that will lead to healthy behaviour.
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What techniques are used in CBT?
Agenda, Self Help Activities, Feeling Scales, Goal Setting, Patient Expectations,
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What are the strengths of the Cognitive Approach?
Scientific, Mediational Processes, Important Contributions
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What are the weaknesses of the Cognitive Approach?
Nature / Nurture, Determinist.
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Memory, Perception, Thinking, Language and Attention.

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What are the five mental process?

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Piaget and Wadsworth.

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Schemas and Internal Mental Processes.

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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

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