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Chapter 12

PSYC 233 Chapter 12: Chapter 12 Summary


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC-233
Professor
Gower
Chapter
12

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THE COGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
Representing Your Experience of the World
Schemas and Their Development
Effects of Schemas
Semantic Memory, Episodic Memory, Scripts, and Procedural Knowledge
Socially Relevant Schemas
Self-Schemas
Entity versus Incremental Schemas
Attribution
Activation of Memories
Priming and the Use of Information
Nonconscious Influences on Behavior
Connectionist Views of Mental Organization
Dual-Process Models
Explicit and Implicit Knowledge
Broader Views on Cognition and Personality
Cognitive Person Variables
Personality as a Cognitive–Affective Processing System
Assessment
Think-Aloud, Experience Sampling, and Self-Monitoring
Contextualized Assessment
Problems in Behavior, and Behavior Change
Information-Processing Deficits
Depressive Self-Schemas
Cognitive Therapy
The Cognitive Perspective: Problems and Prospects
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