Cognitive Foundations of Clinical Psychology

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Taylor & Francis, 1988 - Psychology - 214 pages
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Contents

Preface
1
Conscious and unconscious
13
Cognition and conditioning
31
Cognition and affect
49
Informationprocessing anxiety and depression
69
Explanation and attribution
89
Expectancy and perceived control
109
Values and goals
129
Cognition and interpersonal relationships
149
Therapy
167
References
187
Author index
204
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Chris R. Brewin is professor of clinical psychology, University College London. He also participates in the clinical service provided by the Traumatic Stress Clinic, where he specializes in the treatment of PTSD.

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