Table of contents for Scientific foundations of cognitive theory and therapy of depression / David A. Clark and Aaron T. Beck, with Brad A. Alford.


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Depressive Symptoms and Disorders: Diagnostic and Conceptual Considerations.
The Origins of Cognitive Theory and Therapy of Depression: A Historical Overview.
The Philosophical and Theoretical Basis of Cognitive Theory.
The Cognitive Theory of Depression.
Descriptive Hypotheses: Negative Cognition in Depression.
Descriptive Hypotheses: The Role of Negative Cognition in Depression.
Descriptive Hypotheses: Selective Information Processing in Depression.
Cognitive Vulnerability: Empirical Status of the Stability Hypothesis.
Cognitive Vulnerability: Empirical Status of the Diathesis-Stress Hypotheses.
Cognitive Vulnerability: Empirical Status of the Secondary Hypotheses.
Cognitive Theory of Depression: Overview and Future Directions.
References.
Indexes.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Depression, Mental, Cognitive therapy, Affective disorders