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Running head COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY AND THE MODEL Abstract Human behavior can be explained by a variety of biological psychosocial and environmental factors interacting on a person over time The values beliefs and goals that determine the behaviors one engages in are developed through cognitive processes unique to each individual as a result of the interplay between previous learning and the aforementioned factors When considered together the Model of Human Occupation and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy give an explanation for this view of human behavior These frames of reference are reviewed in regards to their conceptions of behavior dysfunction treatment approach and their relevance to occupational therapy Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and the Model of Human Occupation Man is an open system that can change and develop through interaction with the environment Behavior is an expression of psychosocial biological and environmental factors interacting within the system Biological factors may predispose someone to a certain disease or dysfunction which may be expressed in the presence of stress Factors such as family structure work environment and culture can contribute to positive or negative experiences from which an individual learns There is an innate drive within humans for self-efficacy the ultimate goal is to master ones environment A persons values beliefs and goals determine the behaviors one engages in to accomplish the ultimate goal of environmental mastery These values beliefs and goals are developed through cognitive processes unique to each individual and are a result of the interplay between previous learning and psychosocial biological and environmental factors throughout life Because each persons cognitive processes are unique experiences are subjectively interpreted in different ways People react in context with their desire for environmental mastery and their personal beliefs and values learned throughout life When considered together the Model of Human Occupation and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy frame of
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