Don’t be Too Strict with Yourself! Rigid Negative Self-Representation in Healthy Subjects Mimics the Neurocognitive Profile of Depression for Autobiographical Memory

@inproceedings{Sperduti2013DontBT,
  title={Don’t be Too Strict with Yourself! Rigid Negative Self-Representation in Healthy Subjects Mimics the Neurocognitive Profile of Depression for Autobiographical Memory},
  author={Marco Sperduti and P{\'e}n{\'e}lope Martinelli and Sandrine Kalenzaga and Anne-Dominique Devauchelle and St{\'e}phanie Lion and Caroline Malherbe and Thierry Gallarda and Isabelle Amado and Marie-Odile Krebs and Catherine Oppenheim and Pascale Piolino},
  booktitle={Front. Behav. Neurosci.},
  year={2013}
}
Autobiographical memory (AM) comprises representation of both specific (episodic) and generic (semantic) personal information. Depression is characterized by a shift from episodic to semantic AM retrieval. According to theoretical models, this process ("overgeneralization"), would be linked to reduced executive resources. Moreover, "overgeneral" memories, accompanied by a negativity bias in depression, lead to a pervasive negative self-representation. As executive functions and AM specificity… CONTINUE READING
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