Depressive cognitions and psychosocial functioning: a test of Beck's cognitive theory.

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Depression, the most common mental disorder, is frequently treated with cognitive therapy based on Beck's theory, which suggests that depressive cognitions (negative views of self, world, and future) affect psychosocial functioning. This study tested Beck's theory in depressed inpatients, previously hospitalized and nonhospitalized outpatients, and… (More)

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