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Cognitive Psychology and Emotional Disorders
     

Cognitive Psychology and Emotional Disorders

by J. Mark G. Williams, Fraser N. Watts, Colin M. MacLeod, Andrew Matthews
 
This updated edition reviews theoretical and experimental aspects of the application of cognitive psychology to understand emotional disorders. Internationally renown leaders in experimental psychopathology discuss such topics as conscious and nonconscious processing, memory bias and memory deficits, attentional bias, schematic processing, judgements, and thoughts and

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This updated edition reviews theoretical and experimental aspects of the application of cognitive psychology to understand emotional disorders. Internationally renown leaders in experimental psychopathology discuss such topics as conscious and nonconscious processing, memory bias and memory deficits, attentional bias, schematic processing, judgements, and thoughts and images.

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Reviews work over the past decade on how emotion affects cognitive processes such as conscious and nonconscious processing, memory bias, attentional bias, and judgements, and how this in turn contributes to emotional disorders. This second edition offers expanded material on abnormalities in cognitive processing, descriptions of the author's own research, and a theoretical model to explain the phenomena described. For postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students, clinical psychologists, and cognitive psychologists. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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ISBN-13:
9780471918455
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
08/22/1988
Series:
Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology Series , #1
Pages:
236
Product dimensions:
1.38(w) x 2.17(h) x (d)

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