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Becks cognitive model (1976)
1) Negative automatic thoughts 2) Faulty information processing 3) Negative self schema
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Faulty information processing (Beck, 1976)
Minimisation, Personalisation, Black and white thinking, Catastrophisation, Selective abstraction
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Learned Helplessness Model (Maier & Seligman, 1976)
Animals that were given uncontrollable electric shocks had more 1) Emotional issues 2) Motivational deficits 3) Cognitive deficits than other animals who could control their shocks.
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Attributional Reformulation model (Seligman & Teesman, 1978)
Negative events - Internal, Global, Stable Postive events- External, Unstable, Specific
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Response style theory (Nolen Hoeksema, 1991)
Ruminative- Focused Distractive- Unfocused. Women may be more ruminative than men
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Diathesis stress model (Cognitive vulnerability)
Access to cognitions and experiences is highly influenced by mood and context
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Interpersonal Therapy (Klerman & Weissman, 1984)
Patient adopts a sick role. Identifies and targets interpersonal problems. Grief, Role Disputes, Role transition, Social deficit
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CBT Therapy (beck, 1967)
Changing negative thoughts into positives
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Minimisation, Personalisation, Black and white thinking, Catastrophisation, Selective abstraction

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Faulty information processing (Beck, 1976)

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Animals that were given uncontrollable electric shocks had more 1) Emotional issues 2) Motivational deficits 3) Cognitive deficits than other animals who could control their shocks.

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Negative events - Internal, Global, Stable Postive events- External, Unstable, Specific

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Ruminative- Focused Distractive- Unfocused. Women may be more ruminative than men

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