Jan De Houwer Ghent University, Belgium



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Capturing Changes in Spontaneous Processes and Behavior Copy of slides available at: http://www.liplab.ugent.be/

Jan De Houwer

Ghent University, Belgium

ICPS Amsterdam - 13 March 2015

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Cognitive theories of psychopathology (e.g., Beck et al., 2004)

Cognitive theories of psychopathology (e.g., Beck et al., 2004)

Dysfunctional beliefs

e.g., “the airplane will crash”

e.g., “I will get a panic attack”

Dysfunctional processes

- attentional bias (Yiend, 2010)

- memory bias (Levine & Edelstein, 2009)

- interpretation bias (Blanchette & Richards, 2010)


ICPS Amsterdam - 13 March 2015

Cognitive psychologists try to understand and predict (changes in) behavior by measuring mediating mental representations and processes

- Traditional approach to capture mediating beliefs:

- Traditional approach to capture mediating beliefs:



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