Schemas


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Schemas

Fundamental core beliefs or assumptions that are part of the perceptual filter people use to view the world. Cognitive-behavioral therapy seeks to change maladaptive schemas.
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This research driven initiative builds on previous OGC Testbed efforts to develop techniques and tools for the development of Resource Description Framework (RDF) based schemas from ISO 19109-conformant application schemas.
Objective: To investigate the relationship between childhood's traumatic experiences, maladaptive schemas personality disorders and examine the indirect effect of childhood traumatic experiences.
WASHINGTON -- Using schema therapy as an adjunct for substance use disorder might help fill the gaps in traditional cognitive-behavioral therapy, according to a presentation at the annual conference of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.
According to Young's assumption that EMS are distilled knowledge from unmet or frustrated emotional needs early in life, it is not clear when in childhood the formation of EMS may take place and whether all schemas, which exist at this early stage of life, are in their nature maladaptive.
Schemas are among the most intellectually challenging concepts in cognitive psychology.
The second test contains randomly chosen halves of Winograd Schemas. A system takes the second test only if it does sufficiently well on the first test.
Authoritarian parenting had positive correlation with early maladaptive schemas (p<0.01) and depressive personality disorder (p0.70 alpha reliability coefficients.
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of schema instruction on the mathematical problem solving of students with emotional or behavioral disorders (EBD).
Key Words: maladaptive schemas; scale construction; attitude scaling
A cognitive approach to intercultural communication based on schema theory: what are schemas?
The present study is aimed to survey the relationship between self-differentiation, preliminary maladaptive schemas, and attachment styles on one hand and quality of life on the other hand.
(1987) in their research, on the stagnation of marital relations found that the maladaptive schemas, such as a willingness to consider radical, extreme self-control (not able to be emotional) in the couple relationships caused the collapse of the family including divorce.

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