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Cognitive distortion History In 1980, Burns published his book, Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy, (with a preface from Beck) and nine years later published The Feeling Good Handbook in 1989. These books delved deeper into the concept of the definition, development, and treatment of cognitive distortions, specifically in regards to individuals diagnosed with depression or anxiety disorders.
The Tinkerbell effect is a term describing things that are thought to exist only because people believe in them. Tinkerbell effect
Wisdom of repugnance The wisdom of repugnance, or the yuck factor, also known informally as "appeal to disgust", is the belief that an intuitive (or "deep-seated") negative response to some thing, idea or practice should be interpreted as evidence for the intrinsically harmful or evil character of that thing. Furthermore, it refers to the notion that wisdom may manifest itself in feelings of disgust towards anything which lacks goodness or wisdom, though the feelings or the reasoning of such 'wisdom' may not be immediately explicable through reason.
A fallacy is an argument that uses poor reasoning.
In philosophical ethics, the term "naturalistic fallacy" was introduced by British philosopher G. Naturalistic fallacy