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The cognitive approach

Post by Admin on Wed Sep 03, 2008 3:17 pm

the main assumptions of the cognitive approach
how the cognitive approach can be applied in one form of therapy (either Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or Rational
emotive therapy);
how the cognitive approach can be applied to Attribution theory;
the strengths and weaknesses of the cognitive approach;
the cognitive approach in terms of similarities and/or differences with other approaches (compare and contrast);
an explanation and evaluation of the methodology of cognitive approach.
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Re: The cognitive approach

Post by Admin on Tue Sep 16, 2008 3:55 pm

Outline two assumptions of this approach

The cognitive approach developed in the 1950s as a direct result of the building of the first computers as the first cognitive psychologists recognised that people may process information in the same way that a computer does. Cognitions are involved in everything a person might possibly do. Memory, attention, perception, language and thought processes (problem solving) are the subject matter of cognitive psychologists and these are all integrated so that they can work together to respond to the things that are happening around us. Cognitive psychologists suggest that the way we think affects our actions.A key concept in the cognitive approach is the idea of schemas. Schemas are little packets of knowledge that we hold about the world and help us to make sense of the things that are happening. Schemas aid us in recalling information and they have an effect on how we remember things.
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