Completing a Thought Log

Completing a Thought Log - The goal of the thought logs is...

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Completing a Thought Log The goal of the thought logs is to help us recognize our responses to everyday situations, and learn to modify our responses so that they are more adaptive to us. Usually, these will be related to some event that causes us stress or results in extreme thinking. When completing the thought log, try to keep an open and objective mind (write your responses as if you were observing them from the outside). Instructions and Example are provided below CWID: Record your 8-digit cwid (this will help protect your anonymity in case your thought log includes personal information – I won’t know who the individual log belongs to, but will be able to assign points for completing it at the end of the semester) Ex: 12345678 Prompting Write down the event that precipitated your thoughts (what happened?) Event: Ex: I got back my psych exam and received a "D" on it. Date: When did the event/thought happen? Automatic
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course PSYC 2313 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Oklahoma State.

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