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Comparison and Contrast of the Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavior Theories

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Comparison and Contrast of the Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavior Theories In life, humanity is on a journey much like walking through a forest full of trees that requires consistent observation while navigating the path traveled. Remaining on course is a very important part of arriving at the destination of achievement and success. There is no way to have complete certainty of always arriving on time, as all the variables come into the picture of that journey which psychology also does in relation to the mind. The psychodynamic theory in comparison to the cognitive behavior theory is somewhat well viewed in focus of examining the mental process of what one does based upon what one has thought of doing. To consider the contrast of…show more content…
7). Realizing that a mind is like a set of gears turning in their respective rotation of thoughts, feelings, etc. that is processed relates well to the cog perspective in descriptive title-ship. In focus of the modern world today, cognitive behavior theory is one of the most widely practiced of the theories. The technological level and ability that could diagnostically reveal a portion of the inner workings and functionary process of the mind has undoubtedly contributed to the cognitive research. For the psychological community to experience a large gain in the professional practice of assessing and correcting inappropriate behavior is to assume that they know what the correct behavior is. Still it becomes a subjective belief that one might think to be appropriate, while there remains to possibility of uncertainty exposed by any new discovery that could have a revelation of evidence in fact. In order to consider a criticism of worth and value, one would need to have mastered the understanding of true assessment. The well viewed point, "On first hearing of the basic cognitive therapeutic approach, many people will observe that simply being told that a view doesn’t accurately reflect reality doesn’t actually make them feel any better" (Dr. Mulhause, 2011 para. 10). Considering the possibility that a inaccuracy might exist, would surely indicate a
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