psy353-1024 - Fig. 9.5 List of words told participants to...

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Fig. 9.5 List of words – told participants to pick ones Half is negative words related to depression—gloomy Half is positive words – loyal Depressed – positive and negative about equally Undepressed – much high in positive Tells participants to recall as many words as possible Participants with no depression—recall more positive words WITH depression—recall more negative words Fig 9.6 -Depressed people process negative description of themselves automatically 3. Dysfunctional Beliefs as a Diathesis “I am nothing if person I love does not love me” Weak point of Beck’s claim HOWEVER Did not find support for Beck’s belief Exp. Do people who used to be depressed have more dysfunctional thinking than people who have never been depressed? Beck claimed yes, these thinkings will cause people to be depressed HOWEVER it did not support his claim neither Dysfunctional belief accompanies depression BUT do not predict depression it is symptom of depression do not persist over time
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2011 for the course PSYCH 353 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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