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Affect, Cognition and Change : Re-Modelling Depressive Thought.

Author: Philip Barnard; John Teasdale
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014.
Series: Essays in cognitive psychology.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This text, a collaboration between a clinical psychologist and a cognitive psychologist, offers a cognitive account of depression.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Barnard, Philip.
Affect, Cognition and Change : Re-Modelling Depressive Thought.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Barnard; John Teasdale
ISBN: 9781317775492 131777549X
OCLC Number: 870227200
Notes: Mood-congruous Memory and its Fickle Ways.
Description: 1 online resource (302 pages).
Contents: Cover; Affect, Cognition, and Change; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Part I: The Problem; Some Evidence; Previous Answers; 1. Negative Thinking and Depression; An Overview: The Applied Science Approach to Understanding Depressive Thinking; Negative Thinking and Depression-Beck's Original View; Problems with Beck's Cognitive Model; 2. Effects of Depressed Mood on the Accessibility of Autobiographical Memories; Autobiographical Memory in Depressed Patients; Induced Mood and Accessibility of Autobiographical Memories. Changes in Clinical Depression and Recall of Autobiographical MemoriesConclusions; 3. Bower's Associative Network Theory of Mood and Memory and its Application to Depression; The Empirical Background; An Associative Network Theory of Mood and Memory; Mood-state-dependent Retrieval; Mood-congruous Retrieval of Autobiographical Memories; Applications of Associative Network Theory to Clinical Depression; The Differential Activation Hypothesis of Cognitive Vulnerability; Conclusions; 4. Evaluating the Associative Network Model of Mood and Memory. Mood-state-dependent Memory: Attempts at ReplicationAbsence of Predicted Perceptual Effects; Effects of Mood on Judgement; Nonequivalence of the Effects of Different Moods; Theoretical Difficulties; The ""Fan-out"" Problem; ""Hot"" versus ""Cold"" Processing and Representations of Emotional Material; General Limitations of Associative Network Models; A Working Evaluation of the Associative Network Theory of Mood and Memory; A ""Prescription"" for Alternatives to the Associative Network Theory of Mood and Memory; Part I-Conclusions; Part II: The Interacting Cognitive Subsystems (ICS) Approach. 5. The Interacting Cognitive Subsystems FrameworkIntroduction; ICS-The Essence; Qualitatively Distinct Types of Information; Information Processing-Two Basic Operations; Subjective Experience; The Cognitive Architecture; Dynamic Control; Theoretical Complexity in ICS; Summary; 6. Two Levels of Meaning and their Interaction; Implicational Meaning; Schematic Models and Implicit Knowledge; Further Examples of Implicational Meaning; The Interaction of Two Levels of Meaning within the Central Engine of Cognition; Text Comprehension; ""Controlled"" Processing; Summary; 7. ICS and Emotion. Emotion Production in the AdultICS and the Development of Emotion-A Speculative Account; Changes in the Situations that Evoke Emotion; Changes in the Form of Emotional Response; Emotion: ""Cognitively Mediated"" or ""Sensorily Mediated""?; ""Hot"" and ""Cold"" Representations of Affect-related Material; ICS and the ""Prescription"" for an Alternative Theoretical Account; ICS and Other Approaches; Summary; Recapitulation; Part III: ICS And Mood-congruous Cognition in the Laboratory; 8. ICS, Mood, and Memory; Mood-The ICS Approach; ICS and Retrieval from Long-term Memory.
Series Title: Essays in cognitive psychology.

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This text, a collaboration between a clinical psychologist and a cognitive psychologist, offers a cognitive account of depression.

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