The Cognitive model of abnormality and treatments

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1. What are other examples of cognitive therapies?

  • Stress Innoculatuon Training and ABC Model
  • Hardiness Training and Stress Innoculation Training
  • Hardiness Training and Yates' Theory
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2. What do cognitive therapies try to do?

  • Creat new faulty connections
  • Change or eliminate faulty connections
  • Reinforce faulty connection

3. Who discovered the Cognitive Triad?

  • Heston
  • Beck
  • Ellis

4. In the ABC model what does A stand for?

  • Activating event: for example, a failed exam
  • Consequence: rational beliefs produce adaptive consequences (more revision in the future) whereas irrational beliefs produce maladaptive consquences (getting depressed)
  • Belief: about why the event occured, this may be rational ( I didn't study enough) or irrational ( I'm too stupid to pass exams)

5. In the ABC model what does B stand for?

  • Belief: about why the event occured, this may be rational ( I didn't study enough) or irrational ( I'm too stupid to pass exams)
  • Consequence: rational beliefs produce adaptive consequences (more revision in the future) whereas irrational beliefs produce maladaptive consquences (getting depressed)
  • Activating event: for example, a failed exam

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thanks. This was very helpful. :)

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