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Social Learning Theory
Suggests that depression is viewed as a person-behavior-environment transaction meaning that depressive feelings and behaviors are precipitated by changes in the environment and once activated, depressive behaviors elicit negative reactions and consequences, resulting in a vicious cycle effect. Thus, depressed people see themselves as helpless victims of forces beyond their control.
Person, behavior, environment
Operant Conditioning
The process of learning in which behavior can be modified by controlling the consequences of specified response.
Cue - Behavior - Consequence
Classical Conditioning
The process of learning to associate an unconditioned stimulus with a conditioned stimulus so that the conditioned stimulus evokes the same response as the unconditioned stimulus.
Mowrer's Two-Factor Theory
Suggests that anxiety and fear are acquired through conditioning; when a harmless cue is paired with a emotion evoking stimulus to have an adverse reaction it is classically conditioned, and this is maintained through operant conditioning, avoidance of the cue.
Cognitive Triad
The triad consists of a negative view of self, world, and future. Such the person sees themselves as inadequate, unlovable, and helpless; and the world as dangerous; and future as bleak and hopeless
Information Processing Models
Suggest that pathological fear is represented in memory in anxiety specific cognitive structures. The attentional narrowing and judgmental biases interfere with their ability to process information that is contrary to their own beliefs.