Cognitive - COGNITIVE APPROACH ROADMAP Introduction Schemas...

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1 C OGNITIVE A PPROACH ROADMAP Introduction Schemas Self-schemas Priming Attributions Cognitive Experiential Self Theory (CEST) Cognitive-Affective Personality System (CAPS) Strengths & Weaknesses INTRODUCTION What is the Cognitive Approach?
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2 INTRODUCTION Main Themes Personality Processes Perception, thought, motivation, emotion Information Processing Goal-directed behavior Self “What You Know About You” SCHEMAS Definition mental structure of knowledge cognitive structure that organizes information SCHEMAS, CONT. Effects of Schemas Understanding & Remembering Default Information
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3 SCHEMAS, CONT. Effects of Schemas, cont. Attention Interpretation SCHEMAS, CONT. Self-Schemas Definition Measurement Self Ratings Reaction time (e.g., Markus, 1977) Friendly me not me
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4 SCHEMAS, CONT. Self-Schemas, cont.
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Cognitive - COGNITIVE APPROACH ROADMAP Introduction Schemas...

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