cognitive theory as a explanation of depression - Coggle Diagram
cognitive theory as a explanation of depression
becks cognitive model of depression
these have been form previous bad experiences that have been built, negative schemas are activated with every new experience.
cognitive triad, negative view of
self (feeling inadequate)
world (feeling defeated)
future (believing that their suffering will continue)
when someone is only able to focus on the negative side of a situation and not being able to think positively.
what is depression caused by occuring to beck?
it is caused by the cognitive triad, the negative schemas and cognitive errors
how does a depressed individual feel about themselves
a depressed individual would feel undeserving and inadequate of the things around them
how would a depressed individual feel about their future?
they will think that they will never feel better and their suffering will never end.
only being able to focus on the negative is a sign of what
this is a sign of cognitive error or failure
where do negative schemas come from
they come form previouse bad experiences and they are activated by every new experience
new situations are interpreted using what?
they are interpreted with either their negative schema or their cognitive error thoughts.
Adham suffers form depression. He has struggled to prepare for his job interview as he belives he is not suitable for the job and is not good enough for the job. He feels like he is waiting his time. Asses how far Becks cognitive theory could explain Adham's behavior.