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Theoretical Models in Psychopathology Week 2
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Behavioral An organism’s responses depend on proximal and distal environmental factors and learning history Skinner: thoughts as private behaviors Classical/Respondent Conditioning pavlov.MOV
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Operant Conditioning Positive vs. Negative Reinforcement Punishment Extinction Generalization Discrimination Shaping
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Cognitive Theory/Therapy Stimulus-Response Theory is incomplete We learn via our perceptions of relationships, from which arise appraisals, inner predictions QuickTimeª and a Sorenson Video 3 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Cognitive Therapy Big Kahunas Aaron Beck: Cognitive distortions, including magnification, selective attention. Negative triad. Albert Ellis: Irrational Beliefs
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Cognitive Therapy: Additional concepts Learned Helplessness Social Learning Prepared Learning
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Cognitive Therapy Hypothesis Testing Reattribution Training Decatastrophizing
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