Cognitive self-statements in depression: Findings across clinical populations

@article{Ross1986CognitiveSI,
  title={Cognitive self-statements in depression: Findings across clinical populations},
  author={Steven Michael Ross and Douglas K. Gottfredson and Phillip R Christensen and Richard A. Weaver},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={1986},
  volume={10},
  pages={159-165}
}
The Automatic Thought Questionnaire (ATQ; Hollon & Kendall, 1980) is a frequency measure of depression-related cognitions which was developed using mildly to moderately depressed college students as subjects and which needs further clinical validation. The ATQ was administered to 120 consecutive admissions to a western U.S. VA Medical Center psychiatric service who met inclusionary criteria. The ATQ showed high positive correlations with the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and MMPI-D scale for… CONTINUE READING

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