Depressed and anxious moods mediate relations among perceived socialization, self-focused attention, and dysfunctional attitudes.


This study examined three factors that may influence cognitive vulnerability to depression and anxiety: (1) subjects' perceptions of their relationships with their parents and the climate in their family of origin (socialization); (2) self-focused attention (focusing attention inwardly, on the self); and (3) current symptoms of depression and anxiety… (More)