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What is method of accessing negative automatic thoughts?

Three/seven column thought record

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How can thinking errors be used in CBT?

Use alongside thought record so patient can distance themselves and analyse own thoughts, shows unhelpful thinking

3

What is all or nothing thinking?

View a situation in only two categories, instead of continuum

4

What is catastrophising?

Predict the future negatively without considering more likely outcomes

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Describe what discounting the positives means:

Telling yourself that positive experiences, deeds and qualities do not count

6

What is emotional reasoning?

Think something must be true because you 'feel' it so strongly, ignoring or discounting evidence to contrary

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What is labelling?

Fixed label on yourself or others without considering that the evidence might more reasonably lead to a less disastrous conclusion

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What is magnification/minimisation?

Magnify negative aspects and/or minimise positives

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What is a mental filter?

Pay undue attention to one negative detail rather than seeing the whole picture

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What is mind reading in terms of thinking errors?

Believe you know what other are thinking without considering more likely possibilities

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What is overgeneralisation?

Sweeping negative conclusion that goes far beyond current situation

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What is personalisation in terms of thinking errors?

Believe others are behaving negatively because of you e.g. grumpy plumber so must be annoyed at you

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What are imperatives?

Should or must statements and overestimate how bad it is if you go against these

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What is tunnel vision in terms of thinking errors?

Only see negative aspects of a situation