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Person centered therapy rogers unconditional positive

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Person-centered therapy (Rogers) – unconditional positive regard and empathy For the Cognitive theorists? Irrational, inaccurate thoughts can contribute to psychological disorders Aaron Beck – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Albert Ellis – Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy Identifying, altering, restructuring faulty beliefs and irrational thoughts For the Behaviorists? Be able to distinguish among these perspectives? Focuses on observable behavior Behaviorists’ proposed scientifically testable mechanisms to explain how maladaptive behavior arises Maladaptive behavior can result from learning Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning (more details later What is the neuropsychosocial approach and how is it different from biopsychosocial? Biopsychosocial approach Psychological disorders arise from the combined influences biological, psychological, and social factors Neuropsychosocial approach Psychological disorders arise from the combined influence of neurological, psychological, and social factors which affect and are affected by one another through feedback loops Emphasis on the brain and on feedback loops No factor considered in isolation
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Chapter 2. What neurological factors can influence psychological disorders? What are the main branches of the nervous system (e.g., Central NS, Peripheral NS, etc.) Know the 4 lobes of the brain and their general functions.
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