COGNITIVE APPROACH

Joy W
Mind Map by Joy W, updated more than 1 year ago
Joy W
Created by Joy W over 6 years ago
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cognitive approach

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COGNITIVE APPROACH
  1. IRRATIONAL thinking=ABNORMALITY
    1. Conscious THINKING processes,EXPECTATIONS,ATTITUDES
      1. =DISORDERED,DISTORTED,IRRATIONAL THINKING
      2. FAULTS in
        1. PERCEPTION
          1. E.G ANOREXIC sees OVERWEIGHT REFLECTION
            1. Cannot MONITOR behaviour>> FAULTS in COGNITION
              1. Thoughts have a 'MUST' quality
          2. COGNITION
            1. MEMORY RECALL
              1. =IRRATIONAL BELIEFS
                1. =ILLOGICAL ERRORS
                  1. NEGATIVE SCHEMATA
                    1. DISTORTIONS occur AUTOMATICALLY WITHOUT AWARENESS
                    2. AO2
                      1. BLAMES PATIENT not SITUATIONAL factors
                        1. CONSEQUENCE OR CAUSE 1ST??
                          1. IRRATIONAL BELIEVES TRUE
                          2. faulty ccontrol +not by factors out of CONSCIOUS CONTROL
                            1. INDIVIDUAL CONTROLS behaviour CONTROL CONSCIOUS THOUGHTS
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