Be careful what you strive for: the significance of motive-goal congruence for depressivity.

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In a sample of 61 psychotherapy outpatients, the current study investigated the association between progress at motive-congruent personal goals and depressivity. In a correlational design, motives were measured with a Picture Story Exercise. Personal goals and goal progress were assessed using a self-report approach. The Beck Depression Inventory was used… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cpp.697

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@article{Pueschel2011BeCW, title={Be careful what you strive for: the significance of motive-goal congruence for depressivity.}, author={Oliver Pueschel and Dietmar Schulte and Johannes Michalak}, journal={Clinical psychology & psychotherapy}, year={2011}, volume={18 1}, pages={23-33} }