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(p. 67) The relationship between cognition and emotion: the mind-in-place in mood disorders 

(p. 67) The relationship between cognition and emotion: the mind-in-place in mood disorders
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(p. 67) The relationship between cognition and emotion: the mind-in-place in mood disorders
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John D. Teasdale

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10.1093/med:psych/9780192627254.003.0004
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date: 12 November 2019

Chapter 4 explores the relationship between cognition and emotion using the metaphor of ‘mind-in-place’. It considers three basic ideas – that we do not have one mind, but many, which vary in dominance; that mood disorders can be thought of in terms of the persistence of particular minds-in-place; and that cognitive behaviour therapies for mood disorders work by helping clients shift out of the mind-in-place in which they are stuck. The chapter also discusses the psychological treatment of depression, and cognitive therapy.

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