Cognitive Errors in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Survey of Researchers and Practitioners and an Assessment of the Face Validity of the Cognitive Error Rating Scale
Milman, Evgenia, Drapeau, Martin, Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies
Constructs such as Cognitive Errors (CE) and other types of cognition are crucial to the advancement of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) theory, practice and research. However, much ambiguity remains surrounding the characterization and manifestation of CEs and other types of cognitions (e.g., Kwon & Oei, 1994). In response to this, Drapeau and Perry (2008) developed the Cognitive Errors Rating Scale (CERS) which has the potential to clarify some of this ambiguity and to provide a means of assessing the manifestation of CEs. The present study first investigated whether the ambiguity surrounding the characterization and manifestation of cognition types translates …
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Publication information: Article title: Cognitive Errors in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Survey of Researchers and Practitioners and an Assessment of the Face Validity of the Cognitive Error Rating Scale. Contributors: Milman, Evgenia - Author, Drapeau, Martin - Author. Journal title: Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies. Volume: 12. Issue: 2 Publication date: September 2012. Page number: 125+. © A.S.C.R. PRESS Sep 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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