Affect intensity and phasic REM sleep in depressed men before and after treatment with cognitive-behavioral therapy.

@article{Nofzinger1994AffectIA,
  title={Affect intensity and phasic REM sleep in depressed men before and after treatment with cognitive-behavioral therapy.},
  author={Eric A. Nofzinger and Robert M. Schwartz and Charles F. Reynolds and Michael E. Thase and J. Richard Jennings and Ellen Frank and Amy L Fasiczka and G L Garamoni and David Jerome Kupfer},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={1994},
  volume={62 1},
  pages={83-91}
}
This article explored the relationship between daytime affect and REM sleep in 45 depressed men before and after treatment with cognitive-behavioral therapy and in a control group of 43 healthy subjects. The intensity of daytime affect (as measured by the sum of positive and negative affects) in depressed men correlated significantly and positively with phasic REM sleep measures at both pre- and posttreatment. This relationship was not found in healthy control subjects. In depressed men, both… CONTINUE READING

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