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Cognitive Vulnerability to Emotional Disorders

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Cognitive models of psychopathology have become prominent in contemporary attempts to understand the causes, mechanisms and effective treatments for psychological problems. This collection synthesizes the latest knowledge about cognitive factors in vulnerability to emotional disorders. The essays all build on the model of cognitive vulnerability de
Paperback, 451 pages
Published August 12th 2005 by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (first published August 1st 2005)
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Aug 20, 2012 rated it liked it
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Overall message: links of cognitive patters/traits and emotional disorders are hard to draw empirically.

But, pretty good general overview that provides lots of good jumping off points for more specific ideas, and provides a nice base for thinking about cognition+chemicals and DSM criteria and psychopathology and stuff.

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