Depressive cognitive triad refers to thinking errors by depressed people negatively focused in three (3) areas: themselves, their immediate world, and their future.

 


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Depressive cognitive triad refer to thinking errors by depressed people negatively focused in three (3) areas: themselves, their immediate world, and their future. Depressive cognitive triad, moreover, are the three (3) elements that describe a depressed person’s cognitions: negative views of the self, pessimism, and interpreting events in a negative manner.

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