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Ambiguity and self-evaluation: the role of idiosyncratic trait definitions in self-serving assessments of ability
When people are asked to compare their abilities to those of their peers, they predominantly provide self-serving assessments that appear objectively indefensible. This article proposes that such… Expand
The effects of depression and chronic pain on psychosocial and physical functioning.
- A. D. Holzberg, M. Robinson, M. Geisser, H. Gremillion
- The Clinical journal of pain
- 1 June 1996
OBJECTIVE The present study employed causal modeling to examine the impact of somatic and cognitive symptoms of depression on the functioning of patients with chronic pain. DESIGN Path analyses… Expand
The relationship of cognitive distortion to depression in chronic pain: the role of ambiguity and desirability in self-ratings.
OBJECTIVE This study attempts to clarify the relationship between depression and the cognitions of chronic pain patients. It was hypothesized that the ambiguity and desirability of self-rated traits… Expand