Using the concepts of causal attribution, self-schemata, self-guides and other related cognitive constructs, explain how has Jane possibly misinterpreted her situation?
Jane, a 38-year-old woman, wants therapy, but is afraid to venture outside of her home. She explains that this began shortly after her husband was killed in a car accident, in which she was a passenger. Her family is no longer willing to cater to her incessant demands because they feel that she is using the accident as an excuse for attention. Jane tells the therapist that she feels she is no longer loved and just "might as well give up." She wants to know if the therapist does therapy on a 'home-visit' basis.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 6:19 pm ad1c9bdddf
Referring to the scenario and using the concepts of causal attribution, self-schemata, self-guides and other related cognitive constructs, this solution explains how Jane has possibly misinterpreted her situation.
Evolution of Cognitive Psychology
In dealing with cognitive psychology I need assistance with:
- Defining cognition
- Explaining the interdisciplinary perspective in relation to cognitive psychology
- Describing the emergence of cognitive psychology as a discipline
- Assessing the impact of the decline of behaviorism on the discipline of cognitive psychology
I have some peer reviewed articles I have found, but if you have other suggestions I am open to them.
- Hodgkinson, G. P., & Clarke, I. (2007, January). Exploring the cognitive significance of organizational strategizing: A dual-process framework and research agenda. Human Relations, 60(1), 243.
- Maurage, P., Pesenti, M., Philippot, P., Joassin, F., & Campanella, S. (2009, March). Latent deleterious effects of binge drinking over a short period of time revealed only by electrophysiological measures. Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience : JPN, 34(2), 111.
- Otter, T., Johnson, J., Rieskamp, J., & Allenby, G. M. (2008, December). Sequential sampling models of choice: Some recent advances. Marketing Letters, 19(3-4), 255.
- Xie, S., Yang, Y., Yang, Z., & He, J. (2005, May). Millisecond-accurate synchronization of visual stimulus displays for cognitive research. Behavior Research Methods, 37(2), 373.