Psychopathology and Cognition
This text integrates our knowledge about psychopathology and general cognition. Each chapter illustrates a specific disorder, and may stand alone as a summary review of knowledge about that disorder. Each chapter also discusses and compares cognitive models in relation to each disorder as well as treatment and research implications of these models.
- Hardback | 464 pages
- 154.94 x 228.6 x 27.94mm | 725.74g
- 01 Oct 1993
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Conceptual and Methodological Issues: P C Kendall and K.S. Dobson, On the Nature of Cognition and Its Role in Psychopathology. Z V. Segal and M Cloitre, Methodologies for Studying Cognitive Features of Emotional Disorder. Specific Disorders: M Dombeck and R. Ingram, Cognitive Conceptions of Anxiety. R. Ackennann-Engel and R. DeRubeis, The Role of Cognition in Depression. G. Pancyr and M Genest, Cognition and Pain Expenience. S. Miller and A. O'Leary, Cognition, Stress, and Health. K.B. Vitousek and L. Orimoto, Cognitive-Behavioural Models of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosal and Obesity. M.S. Goldman and B.C. Rather, Substance Use Disorders: Cognitive Models and Architecture. J.P. Vewman and J.F Wallace, Psychopathy and Cognition. V. Epstein and D.H. Baucom, Cognitive Factors in Marital Disturbance, P.C Kendall and J.P. MacDonald, Cognition in the Psychopathology of Youth and Implications for Treatment. R.A. Steffy, Cognitive Deficits in Schizophrenia. Integration and Future Directions: Future Trends for Research and Theory in Cognition and Psychotherapy.