Who is credited with developing one of the first cognitive models of depression?
According to Beck's cognitive model of depression, what type of statements did he observe in depressed clients that were negatively biased?
What is central to Beck's cognitive model of depression and is proposed to account for the enduring aspects of emotional disorders like depression?
What is a schema according to Beck's cognitive model of depression?
According to Aaron T. Beck's cognitive model of depression, what is the central role of schemas?
According to Aaron T. Beck, how do schemas in depression develop over time?
Which of the following is NOT a factor in childhood history that may lead to the development of depressive schemas, as mentioned in the content?
What are intermediary beliefs in Beck's depressogenic schemata?
What are core beliefs in Beck's depressogenic schemata?
In Aaron T. Beck's cognitive model of depression, what are conditional rules?
Which of the following best describes automatic thoughts in depression?
Beck and colleagues noted that depressed individuals tended to have negative automatic thoughts, which tended to be:
If a person with depression passes by a friend who does not acknowledge them, what might be a typical negative automatic thought?
According to Aaron T. Beck's theory of depression, what characterizes the thinking of individuals with depression?
Which of the following is NOT one of the cognitive errors in depression according to Beck's theory?
According to Beck's theory, what does selective abstraction in depression involve?
What is personalisation in depression according to Beck's theory?
How would you define 'arbitrary inference' in the context of cognitive errors in depression?
In the context of cognitive errors in depression, what is 'dichotomous thinking'?
In the context of cognitive errors in depression, what does 'overgeneralization' involve?
Which therapy is considered one of the most well-researched treatments for depression?
What is the aim of the cognitive component in CBT for depression?
What do meta-analytic findings suggest about the effectiveness of CBT compared to medication for depression?
Which of the following is a step in the process of identifying a core belief?
What is the purpose of identifying a core belief?
When dealing with core beliefs, what is a more powerful way to challenge them?
Which of the following is a key belief in behavioral activation for depression?
What is one of the main goals of behavioral activation for depression?
How effective is behavioral activation for depression compared to CBT?
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