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What is the difference between Cognitive Bias and Cognitive distortion?

Wikipedia has articles on both of these terms, so that would be one place to start. Although you may not be able to cite Wikipedia as a source, both of these articles have good References sections. ...
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Why is labeling a cognitive distortion? How is it different from categorization?

Scientific labeling: If you study arthropods long enough, you will find that many of them have two pairs of antennae. We call these creatures crustaceans. Cognitively distorted labeling: If you ...
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Why is labeling a cognitive distortion? How is it different from categorization?

As Bryan Krause suggested (above), talking with your psychotherapist is likely the most important next step for you to take. Also, please note that what I write below is simply general information ...
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Can one claim that a person is having cognitive distortion and be always correct?

The use of assumptions in clinical settings seems to play into the errors you mention. Cueball is just as prone to distortions as Megan. According to Dawes, Faust, & Meehl (1989), a professional ...
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