- Recognize one’s own emotional and cognitive reactions to a case study.
- Define cognition and emotion.
- Compare five major theories of cognition (cog-nitive, information processing, social learning, multiple intelligences, moral reasoning) and cog-nitive behavioral intervention theory.
- Compare four major categories of theories of emotion (physiological theories, psychological theories, social theories, and social work practice theories).
- Recognize how cognitive and emotional characteristics can be involved in cognitive and emo-tional “disorders.”
- Compare six perspectives on the self (as soul, as unfolding potentials, as organizing activity, as cognitive structure, as shared sym-bolic experience, and as flow of experience).
- Apply knowledge of cognition, emotion, and self to recommend guidelines for social work engage-ment, assessment, intervention, and evaluation.