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Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory of Depression Psychologist Albert Bandura's Social Cognitive learning theory suggested that people are shaped by the interactions between their behaviors, thoughts, and environmental events.
Each piece in the puzzle can and does affect the shape of the other pieces.
Or, they might dwell on and blow out of proportion the hurts they have suffered (exaggerating the negative).
Other depressed people may convince themselves that nobody loves them or that they always mess up (overgeneralizing).
Like Beck he noted that depressed people tend to: ignore positive information, pay exaggerated attention to negative information, and to engage in overgeneralization, which occurs when people assume that because some local and isolated event has turned out badly, that this means that all events will turn out badly.