These inaccurate thoughts are usually used to reinforce negative thinking or emotions — telling ourselves things that sound rational and accurate, but really only serve to keep us feeling bad about ourselves. The person is only seeing things in absolutes — that if they fail at one thing, they must fail at all things. Cognitive distortions are at the core of what many cognitive-behavioral and other kinds of therapists try and help a person learn to change in psychotherapy. By refuting the negative thinking over and over again, it will slowly diminish overtime and be automatically replaced by more rational, balanced thinking. In , psychologist Aaron Beck first proposed the theory behind cognitive distortions and in the s, David Burns was responsible for popularizing it with common names and examples for the distortions. For instance, a person may pick out a single, unpleasant detail and dwell on it exclusively so that their vision of reality becomes darkened or distorted.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina. En este trabajo nos proponemos describir algunas de las causas que llevan a Aaron T. Neste trabalho, descrevemos algumas das causas que levam Aaron T. In this study we describe some of the reasons that lead Aaron T Beck to move away from psychoanalysis and participate in the creation of cognitive therapy. With this aim in view, we describe the research developed by Beck between and In these studies the data that promotes the fall of the psychoanalytic explanatory hypothesis for depression began to be processed.

Todas eran pacientes que realizaban un tratamiento intensivo de dos a cuatro veces por semana, dependiendo el caso con el mismo Beck. Beck y Hurvich sostienen que:. A la vez que es consistente con que la persona deprimida siente culpa de sus pulsiones y se castiga por ellas. Esta etapa tiene como constante la necesidad de clarificar las propias ideas volviendo a los interrogantes que se desprenden de las primeras formulaciones de Asimismo, eran posibles otras interpretaciones alternativas.

Beck, , p. Se incorporaron distintas medidas para evaluar la presencia de masoquismo. Este inventario fue tomado con indiferencia por Kenneth Ellmaker Appel, quien fuera el director de este Departamento y uno de los mentores de Beck 3. No solo con sus colegas sino no apoyar el nombramiento de su amigo Marvin Stein como director del departamento. En este trabajo hemos analizado algunas de las ideas presentes en los textos publicados entre y Para generalizar sus resultados necesitaron aumentar la muestra.

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