The assessment of cognitive errors using an observer-rated method

Cognitive Errors (CEs) are a key construct in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Integral to CBT is that individuals with depression process information in an overly negative or biased way, and that this bias is reflected in specific depressotypic CEs which are distinct from normal information processing. Professor Martin Drapeau, M.Ps., Ph.D., is a Clinical Psychologist and Professor of Counselling Psychology and of Psychiatry at McGill University, Adjunct Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Sherbrooke, and a Researcher affiliated with Équipe RENARD, the Qualaxia Network, and the International Center for Comparative Criminology.


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