Risk for psychopathology in the children of depressed mothers: a developmental model for understanding mechanisms of transmission.
A developmentally sensitive, integrative model for understanding children's risk in relation to maternal depression is proposed and three factors that might moderate this risk are considered.
Cognition and depression: current status and future directions.
It is argued that the study of cognitive aspects of depression must be broadened by investigating neural and genetic factors that are related to cognitive dysfunction in this disorder via integrative investigations to gain a more comprehensive understanding of how cognitive and biological factors interact to affect the onset, maintenance, and course of depression.
Emotion regulation in depression: Relation to cognitive inhibition
It is found that depressed participants exhibited the predicted lack of inhibition when processing negative material, and individual differences in the use of emotion-regulation strategies play an important role in depression, and that deficits in cognitive control are related to theUse of maladaptive emotion- regulation strategies in this disorder.
Emotion context insensitivity in major depressive disorder.
Testing 3 competing views of how depression alters emotional reactivity found positive attenuation (reduced positive), negative potentiation (increased negative), and emotion context insensitivity (ECI) views provide partial support.
Selective attention to emotional faces following recovery from depression.
The results indicate that attentional biases in the processing of emotional faces are evident even after individuals have recovered from a depressive episode.
Default-Mode and Task-Positive Network Activity in Major Depressive Disorder: Implications for Adaptive and Maladaptive Rumination
Updating the contents of working memory in depression: interference from irrelevant negative material.
These findings indicate that depression is associated with difficulties removing irrelevant negative material from working memory and that the increased interference from irrelevantnegative material is related to rumination.
Neural Responses to Monetary Incentives in Major Depression
Psychopathology and early experience: a reappraisal of retrospective reports.
The evidence reviewed suggests that claims concerning the general unreliability of retrospective reports are exaggerated and that there is little reason to link psychiatric status with less reliable or less valid recall of early experiences.
Behavioral activation and inhibition systems and the severity and course of depression.
Overall, results suggest that BAS dysregulation exacerbates the presentation and course of depressive illness.