7 edition of Cognitive vulnerability to depression. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 267-307) and index.
|Statement||Rick E. Ingram, Jeanne Miranda, Zindel V. Segal ; foreword by Aaron T. Beck.|
|Contributions||Miranda, Jeanne, 1950-, Segal, Zindel V., 1956-|
|LC Classifications||RC537 .I54 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||97048997|
Among the books he has authored are Interpersonal Process in Cognitive Therapy, Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression: A new approach for preventing relapse. Awarded the Douglas Utting Prize for significant contributions to the understanding and treatment of depression and the Hope Award. More than 60 studies relevant to depression vulnerability are examined and compared. Results from these studies are integrated into a detailed developmental model of depression vulnerability. This book represents a true milestone in the application of scientific rigor and clinical insight to the problem of depression, and should not be missed.
Emotional disorders such as anxiety, depression, and dysfunctional patterns of eating are clearly among the most devastating and prevalent confronting practitioners, and they have received much attention from researchers--in personality, social, cognitive, and developmental psychology, as well as in clinical psychology and psychiatry/5(1). The Hardcover of the Vulnerability to Depression: From Cognitive Neuroscience to Prevention and Treatment by Rick E. Ingram PhD, Ruth Ann Atchley PhD, Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience.
These results, which need to be regarded as strictly provisional until replicated within designs using larger samples with longer follow-ups, suggest that the MEST group-program offers a potential and promising intervention to tackle a core cognitive process involved in depression and depressive vulnerability. Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression is a multi-authored text that addresses conceptual issues related to the idea that the way in which individuals think makes them vulnerable to either the onset or maintenance of depression. Methodological considerations for testing cognitive models of depression are also extensively discussed.
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2. Depression: An Overview 3. Cognitive Theories of Depression 4. Vulnerability Approaches to Psychopathology 5. Conceptual Issues in the Study of Cognitive Vulnerability 6. Methodological Strategies and Issues in the Study of Proximal Vulnerability 7. Cognitive Theory and Data on Proximal Vulnerability by: Cognitive vulnerability to depression.
Perhaps the most widely known cognitive theory of psychopathology is Beck’s cognitive theory of depression ().Beck’s theory posits that negative experiences in childhood may influence the development of enduring dysfunctional beliefs and cognitive schemas, which ultimately place individuals at risk for by: Cognitive factors, which have been highlighted in all psychological models, suggest that the interaction of stress and premorbid vulnerabilities contributes to depressive episodes throughout the life span.
4 Recently, researchers suggested that cognitive vulnerability may represent an endophenotype for depression. 5 Cognitive-vulnerability Cited by: The account of cognitive vulnerability to depression offered by Beck's cognitive model is summarised.
As this account currently lacks consistent empirical support, an alternative, related, account is presented. This proposes that, once a person is initially depressed, an important factor that determines whether their depression remains mild or Cited by: Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression By Rick E.
Ingram, Jeanne Miranda, Zindel Segal An argument has been made that nothing brings mental health professionals closer to understanding the essential features of disorders than does the construct of vulnerability (Ingram & Price, ).Cited by: Furthermore, past studies [34,35] on cognitive vulnerability-stress models of depression focused more on investigating depressive reactions to certain domains of stressors (e.
interpersonal and. For vulnerability in general and other types of vulnerability see vulnerability. A cognitive vulnerability in cognitive psychology is an erroneous belief, cognitive bias, or pattern of thought that predisposes an individual to psychological problems.
The vulnerability exists before the symptoms of a psychological disorder appear. After the individual encounters a stressful experience, the. The chapter discusses relevant and accumulating evidence in support of the role of attentional control in explaining emotional vulnerability in anxiety and depression.
It highlights how attentional control can be targeted through adaptive neurocognitive training techniques to attenuate vulnerability and boost resilience and flexibility. Cognitive vulnerability and Depression. Cognitive theories of depression posit that biases in the way an individual perceives, interprets, and remembers negative information contributes to the development of depression ().Hopelessness theory (Abramson, Metalsky, & Alloy, ) emphasizes the role of negative cognitive style in depression, which is described as the tendency to 1) make negative.
Children may not have the cognitive capacities necessary for developing a stable cognitive schemas and longitudinal and cross-sectional analyses by age indicates that the vulnerability-stress interaction may only predict depression in children older than 11 years of age.
These studies suggest that it may be easier to alter a child's developing. In this book, leading experts present the first broad synthesis of what we have now learned about the nature, of cognitive factors that seem to play a crucial role in creating and maintaining vulnerability across the spectrum of emotional : $ Never before has a book on depression so successfully integrated cognitive neuroscience and prevention/treatment research.
This was the perfect team to do it. If you want a comprehensive, integrated account of the diverse work on depression vulnerability, this is the book you need."--Daniel R. Strunk, PhD, Department of Psychology, The Ohio Cited by: Vulnerability to Depression: From Cognitive Neuroscience to Prevention and Treatment - Kindle edition by Ingram, Rick E., Atchley, Ruth Ann, Segal, Zindel V.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Vulnerability to Depression: From Cognitive Neuroscience to Prevention /5(2). If cognitive vulnerability causes depression, then one strategy for creating or amplifying resilience is to prevent cognitive vulnerability from developing.
This idea of creating or strengthening resilience for a risk factor (cognitive vulnerability) rather than the disorder itself (depression) is relatively new and untested. Depression: An Overview Cognitive Theories of Depression Vulnerability Approaches to Psychopathology Conceptual Issues in the Study of Cognitive Vulnerability Methodological Strategies and Issues in the Study of Proximal Vulnerability Cognitive Theory and Data on Proximal Vulnerability SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library.
"Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression: Implications for Adolescent Risk Behavior in General." In Reducing Adolescent Risk: Toward an Integrated Approach, edited by Daniel Romer, Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc., doi: /n The cognitive symptoms of depression tend to receive less attention than other symptoms of this difficult illness.
Namely, symptoms such as sinking mood, fatigue and loss of. Negative cognitive styles, dysfunctional attitudes, and the remitted depression paradigm: A search for the elusive cognitive vulnerability to depression factor among remitted depressives.
Emotion, 5, – doi: / Cognitive vulnerability to depression 5 Vulnerability and the diathesis-stress relationship 6 How to study cognitive vulnerability. 6 Negative self-schemata and negative knowledge structures 7 The processing of emotionally valenced information in currently depressed individuals 7.
The goal of the current study was to compare diathesis-stress and transactional models of cognitive vulnerability to depression in samples of Canadian (n = ) and Chinese (n = ) adolescents. We utilized a six-month multi-wave, longitudinal design in order to examine whether (a) perceived control moderated the association between the occurrence of dependent interpersonal.
The goal of the current study was to compare diathesis-stress and transactional models of cognitive vulnerability to depression in samples of Canadian (n = ) and Chinese (n = ) utilized a six-month multi-wave, longitudinal design in order to examine whether (a) perceived control moderated the association between the occurrence of dependent interpersonal .However, within the learning process, one might suggest that cognitive vulnerability is not so much a state of depression, as much as a state of cognitive dissonance wherein the learner is attempting to understand information in new and different ways, by not only framing the information within the previously developed knowledge base, or.
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/5(2).