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The Dysfunctional Attitude Scale (DAS), a self-report inventory of beliefs derived from Beck's (1967) cognitive theory of depression to measure depressionogenic “schemas” constituting predispositions to depression, was developed in student populations.Cited by: 277.
Abstract Eight subscales based on items drawn from the original 100‐item Dysfunctional Attitude Scale (Weissman & Beck, 1978) were developed as potential markers of specific cognitive vulnerabilities (Beck, 1987).Cited by: 29.
Weissman and Beck’s (1978) Dysfunctional Attitude Scale (DAS) purports to measure self-defeating attitudes theorized to underlie clinical depression and anxiety. The DAS, as such, assesses a unitary perfectionism construct that could also be described as high personal standards or maladaptive evaluation concerns.Cited by: 64.