Adaptive Inferential Feedback, Depressogenic Inferences, and Depressed Mood: A Laboratory Study of the Expanded Hopelessness Theory of Depression

@article{Dobkin2004AdaptiveIF,
  title={Adaptive Inferential Feedback, Depressogenic Inferences, and Depressed Mood: A Laboratory Study of the Expanded Hopelessness Theory of Depression},
  author={Roseanne Defronzo Dobkin and Catherine Panzarella and J. Alberto Fern{\'a}ndez and Lauren B. Alloy and Michele Cascardi},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={487-509}
}
Cross-sectional and prospective research indicates that inferential feedback, a subtype of social support that addresses the cause, meaning, and consequences of negative life events, impacts depressed mood, depressogenic inferences, and depressive disorders. However, inferential feedback has not been manipulated in any prior study making it difficult to determine if it plays a causal role in depression. The current study represents the first controlled test of the role of adaptive inferential… CONTINUE READING
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