Cognitive approach to depression

IB Psychology: Cognitive approach to depression

It has long been recognized that people who feel depressed tend to think depressed thoughts. It is commonly assumed that a depressed mood somehow leads to the cognitive symptoms. Cognitive theories of depression aim to explain why some people are more vulnerable to depression when confronted with negative events, whereas others suffer only mild short-term distress. Seen from the cognitive approach, the interpretation...


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