Beck's Greatest Insight with Regard to Depression Is That
Beck's greatest insight with regard to depression is that
A) one's emotional response is determined by one's cognitive abilities and type.
B) the effectiveness of coping depends on confidence and levels of self-esteem.
C) the effectiveness of coping depends on accuracy of cognitive schemata.
D) one's emotional response is determined by one's appraisal and evaluation.
E) one's emotional response is determined by one's learning history with that stressor.
Which of the following is not one of Beck's cognitive distortions described in the text?
A) All-or-none thinking
B) Negative feedback seeking
E) Jumping to conclusions
In Beck's model of depression, the diathesis is
A) a stressful life event.
B) a negative cognitive schema.
C) a genetic predisposition.
D) a localized brain dysfunction.
E) a neurotransmitter imbalance.
After an argument, Jane continues to ask her husband if he still loves her. This is an example of
A) negative feedback seeking.
B) stress generation.
C) excessive reassurance seeking.
D) all-or-none thinking.