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To begin our exploration of cognitive factors in psychopathology, specifically those that may predispose some individuals toward depression, we assess the foundations of the cognitive approach to psychological disorder. Read the first page
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Best book on the subject 24 Sep 2000
By Michael Kaan - Published on
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This work is certainly the most useful and comprehensive work on cognitive vulnerability available. It will be useful to both researchers and clinicians with a research background. The book covers the fundamentals of cognitive theory, then proceeds to an exhaustive summary of the research and findings on the cognitive dimensions of depression, cognitive predictors of depression, different types of causal traits and, appropriately, methodological problems in cognitive research on depression. Certainly not a self-help book, but extremely useful for diligent and evidence-based therapists who wish to turn its information into useful interventions.
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There is almost no overlap between our theories, which makes reviewing this book professionally unfair. Obviously, I think I am mostly right, and the author will find favor in his work. So why comment at all? To illustrate that there are different opinions on this topic. Reading just one is doing yourself a disservice.
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