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15 Cards in this Set

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Arbitrary Inferences
CT making conclusions without evidence
Selective Abstraction
CT making conclusions based on only isolated details of an event
Over Generalization
CT extreme beliefs based on a single incident applied inappropriately to dissimilar events or situations
Magnification or Minimization
CT perceiving a situation in greater or lesser light than it deserves
CT relating external events to oneself without basis
Labeling and Mislabeling
CT portraying one's identity on imperfections or mistakes rather than the whole person
Polarized Thinking
CT thinking in "all or nothing" terms, or "either or" extremes
Differentiation of the Self
FT psyhological separations of independence and emotion
Family Projection Process
FT primary way parents transmit their emotional problems to a child
Emotional Cutoff
FT people managing issues by reducing or totally cutting off emotional contact with them
Multigenerational Transmission Process
FT how small difference in the levels of differentiation between parents and their offspring lead over many generations
Sibling Position
FT people who grow up in the same sibling position predictably have important common characteristics
Societal Regression or Societal Emotional Process
FT how the emotional system governs behavior on a societal level, promoting both progressive and regressive periods in a society
Nuclear Family Emotional System
FT four basic relationship patterns that govern where problems develop in a family
FT anxiety may occur in a 2 person relationship, third part may reduced by real conflict is never addressed