Dysphoria and thought suppression

Abstract

Two studies addressed dysphoric individuals' suppression of unwanted thoughts. The mood-congruence hypothesis was that dysphoric subjects would be less successful suppressing negative thoughts and more successful suppressing positive thoughts than nondysphoric subjects. The cognitive-effort hypothesis was that dysphoric relative to nondysphoric subjects… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01173205

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@article{Conway2005DysphoriaAT, title={Dysphoria and thought suppression}, author={Michael Conway and Andrew Howell and Constantina Giannopoulos}, journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research}, year={2005}, volume={15}, pages={153-166} }