Adherence to Masculine Norms and Attributional Processes Predict Depressive Symptoms in Recently Unemployed Men

@article{Syzdek2009AdherenceTM,
  title={Adherence to Masculine Norms and Attributional Processes Predict Depressive Symptoms in Recently Unemployed Men},
  author={Matthew R. Syzdek and Michael E. Addis},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={34},
  pages={533-543}
}
We investigated individual differences in adherence to masculine norms (AMN) as predictors of concurrent and prospective depressive symptoms above and beyond negative attributional style and explanatory flexibility in a community sample of unemployed men. Sixty-two men from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds were recruited from an unemployment center in a large industrial city and were followed for 3 months. Adherence to the specific masculine norms of emotional control and self… CONTINUE READING

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