CBT evaluation techniques and processes an interim report by Murray Saunders

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Published by ESRC-ITE Programme, Department of Psychology, University of Lancaster in Lancaster .

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StatementMurray Saunders and Joan Machell.
SeriesOccasional paper : ITE -- 20/87, Occasional paper -- 20/87.
ContributionsMachelly, Joan., Information Technology and Education Programme., University of Lancaster. Department of Psychology.
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Specifically, our thoughts determine our feelings and our behavior. Many of the most popular and effective cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques are applied to what psychologists call “cognitive distortions,” inaccurate thoughts that reinforce negative thought patterns or emotions (Grohol, ).

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ORIGIN OF CBT 2. • Aaron Beck was psychoanalytic psychotherapists.• In early Aaron beck developed an approach known as cognitive therapy as a result of his research on depression.• In psychoanalytic depression was thought to be based on retroflective hostility.

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