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.
Table of ContentsThe Cognitive Approach to Emotional Disorders.
The Information-processing Paradigm.
Attention to Emotional Stimuli, I: Causes and Correlates.
Attention to Emotional Stimuli, II: Mechanisms Underlying Bias.
Thoughts and Images.