Interpersonal attachment cognitions and prediction of symptomatic responses to interpersonal stress.

@article{Hammen1995InterpersonalAC,
  title={Interpersonal attachment cognitions and prediction of symptomatic responses to interpersonal stress.},
  author={Constance L. Hammen and Dorli Burge and Shannon E. Daley and Joanne Davila and Blair J Paley and Karen D Rudolph},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  year={1995},
  volume={104 3},
  pages={436-43}
}
The authors tested a cognitive-interpersonal hypothesis of depression by examining the role of interpersonal cognitions in the prediction of depression associated with interpersonal stressors. A measure of adult attachment assessed interpersonal cognitions about ability to be close to others and to depend on others and anxiety about rejection and abandonment. Participants were women who had recently graduated from high school; they were followed for 1 year with extensive interview evaluation of… CONTINUE READING