An intensive case analysis of client metacognition in a good-outcome psychotherapy: Lisa's case.

@article{Carcione2008AnIC,
  title={An intensive case analysis of client metacognition in a good-outcome psychotherapy: Lisa's case.},
  author={Antonino Carcione and Giancarlo Dimaggio and Donatella Fiore and Giuseppe Nicol{\'o} and Michele Procacci and Antonio Semerari and Roberto Pedone},
  journal={Psychotherapy research : journal of the Society for Psychotherapy Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={667-76}
}
The authors analyzed the successful case of Lisa, a client with major depression, using the Metacognitive Assessment Scale (MAS). Consistently with the literature on depression, the authors hypothesize that Lisa's ability to reflect on mental states--here metacognition--is marginally affected. The authors found that Lisa was better at describing her own mind rather than understanding the mind of the others. Furthermore, the most severe impairment was in using metacognition to cope with mental… CONTINUE READING

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