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Gebruik van Beck se kognitiewe terapie by sekondêre skoolleerders met subkliniese depressie

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dc.contributor.advisor Lessing, A. C. (Anna Christina), 1947-
dc.contributor.author Davel, Jaqualine Cecile Flower
dc.date.accessioned 2009-08-25T10:47:02Z
dc.date.available 2009-08-25T10:47:02Z
dc.date.issued 2002-06
dc.date.submitted 2002-06-30 en
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10500/822
dc.description Text in Afrikaans
dc.description.abstract Uit 'n literatuurstudie en empiriese ondersoek wat onderneem is, blyk dit dat 15-40% van alle adolessente subkliniese depressie ervaar. Veranderinge en toenemende druk en eise eie aan die adolessente-fase, bring by baie adolessente depressiewe gevoelens mee. Ten spyte van hierdie omstandighede is daar egter ook baie adolessente wat hierdie fase van ontwikkeling sonder enige noemenswaardige probleme deurloop. Aaron Beck is van mening dat dit nie die omstandighede opsigself is wat tot depressie aanleiding gee nie, maar wel die betekenis wat individue aan omstandighede gee. Beck noem dat depressiewe persone tot irrasionele oortuigings, foutiewe inligting-prosessering en disfunksionele outomatiese gedagtes geneig is. Om hierdie probleem aan te spreek is ses adolessente, wat subkliniese depressie ervaar, aan Beck se kognitiewe terapie onderwerp. Die primere doel van Beck se terapie is die regstelling van bogenoemde disfunksionele kognisies. Die gevolgtrekking is dat wanneer adolessente wat subkliniese depressie ervaar, se disfunksionele kognisies reggestel word, hulle depressiewe gevoelens opgehef word. af
dc.description.abstract From a literature study and empirical research which was undertaken, it seems that 15-40% of all adolescents experience subclinical depression. Changes and increasing pressure and demands, typical of the adolescent phase, causes many adolescents to experience depressing emotions. In spite of these circumstances there are also many adolescents who go through this phase in development without any significant problems. Aaron Beck is of opinion that it is not the circumstances in and of itself that lead to depression but rather the meaning that individuals attached to these circumstances. Beck mentions that depressive people are inclined to irrational beliefs, erroneous information-processing and dysfunctional automatic thoughts. To address this problem, six adolescents who experience subclinical depression, were subjected to Beck's cognitive therapy. The primary target of Beck's therapy is the correction of above mentioned dysfunctional cognitions. The conclusion is that when the dysfunctional cognitions of adolescents who experience subclinical depression can be corrected, their depressive feelings will diminish. en
dc.format.extent 1 online resource (xiv, 168 leaves)
dc.language.iso af
dc.subject Beck's cognitive therapy en
dc.subject Theoretical contributions to psychotherapy: Phenomenological perspective en
dc.subject Theoretical contributions to psychotherapy: Information-processing model en
dc.subject Contributions to the theory of depression en
dc.subject Practical contributions to psychotherapy: Innovations in psychotherapy process en
dc.subject Practical contributions to psychotherapy: Innovations in clinical procedures en
dc.subject Subclinical depression en
dc.subject Irrational core beliefs en
dc.subject Erroneous information-processing en
dc.subject Dysfunctional automatic thoughts en
dc.subject Beck se kognitiewe terapie af
dc.subject Teoretiese bydrae tot psigoterapie: Fenomenologiese perspektief af
dc.subject Teoretiese bydrae tot psigoterapie: Inligting-prosesseringsmodel af
dc.subject Bydraes tot die teorie van depressie af
dc.subject Praktiese bydraes tot psigoterapie: Veranderinge in die psigoterapie-proses af
dc.subject Praktiese bydraes tot psigoterapie: Veranderinge in kliniese procedures af
dc.subject Subkliniese depressie af
dc.subject Irrasionele kemoortuigings af
dc.subject Foutiewe inligting-prosessering af
dc.subject Disfunksionele outomatiese gedagtes af
dc.subject.ddc 616.89142
dc.subject.lcsh Beck, Aaron T. en
dc.subject.lcsh Cognitive therapy en
dc.subject.lcsh Depression in adolescence en
dc.title Gebruik van Beck se kognitiewe terapie by sekondêre skoolleerders met subkliniese depressie en
dc.title.alternative The use of Beck's cognitive therapy for secondary school learners with subclinical depression en
dc.type Dissertation en
dc.description.department Educational Studies en
dc.description.degree M. Ed. (Voorligting) en


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