S+W of the CA

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What is the first strength of the CA?
The value of the practical application
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What is the tyoe, aim and success of therapy?
CBT, change distorted thinking into rational thinking, David and Avellino highest success rate of all therapies(90%)
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What does this suggest?
It has improved the quality of many people's lives
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what is the second strength of CA?
throws light on the nature nurture debate
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example on nurture?
schemas are packets of information we develop from interaction with the environment
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What is an example of nature?
Internal processing eg: perception innate and based on brain structure
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What does this suggest?
It is well rounded which is a key strength
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What is the first weakness of the CA
It is very deterministic
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Example?
Behaviour is shaped by internal processes and schemas which we have little or no control over eg Bartlett pps changed story to due to schemas not own choice
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What does this suggest
Indivuals have no free will
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What is another weakness of CA?
Reductionist
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For example?
Behaviour only shaped by genes and brain chemistry it ignores the unconscious mind or internal processing eg: depression
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What does this suggest?
BEhaviour is oversimplified
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