Cognitive Psychologists

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Heider (1958)
situational and dispositional attributions
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Ross et al (1977)
showed FAE, even when participants were aware who had wrote the test, they still attributed them as more intelligent
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Kelley (1967)
Covariation theory, consistency, distinctiveness, consensus
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Nisbett et al (1973)
Actor Observer Bias - when students are asked why they chose the course they will make dispositional reasons, if asked about a friend they will make situational ones
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Jones et al (1968)
Self Serving Bias - teachers blamed pupils for failing but themselves for successful students
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Beck (1967)
Cognitive Therapy and negative triad, automatic thinking
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Kuyken and Tsivrikos (2009)
up to 15% variance is due to therapist competence
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Meichenbaum (1985)
stress inoculation training
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Cahill (2003)
71% of patients who finish CBT see remarked improvement
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David and Avelino (2002)
highest overally success rate of all therapies
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Loftus et al (1987)
the weapon effect
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