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The cognitive model

Cognition

Real World

Thinking

Perception

Information

Emotion

Behaviour

Behaviour

The Cognitive Model

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Cognition depression
Cognition & Depression

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  • Depression results from systematic negative bias in thinking processes

  • Emotional, behavioural (and physical?) symptoms result from cognitive abnormality

    • Depressed cognitive triad

    • Silent assumptions

    • Faulty thinking strategies


Depressed cognitive triad

The Self

Experiences

The Future

Depressed Cognitive Triad

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Silent assumptions
Silent Assumptions

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  • Grounding assumptions operating an a semi-conscious level:

    • ‘I must get people’s approval’

    • ‘I must do things perfectly’

    • ‘I must always be valued by others’

    • ‘The world must be fair and just’


Faulty thinking
Faulty Thinking

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  • Systematic negative bias in information processing:

    • Arbitrary inference

    • Selective thinking

    • Overgeneralisation

    • Catastrophising

    • Personalising

    • Black and white thinking


Cognition depression1
Cognition & Depression

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  • Some hypotheses:

    • Depressed patients think differently to clinically normal people

    • Changes in thinking precede the onset of depressed mood

    • Changing thinking patterns can reduce or remove depressed symptoms (NB treatment-aetiology fallacy)