Intrusive images and memories in major depression.

@article{Patel2007IntrusiveIA,
  title={Intrusive images and memories in major depression.},
  author={Trishna Patel and Chris Ray Brewin and J. C. Wheatley and Adrian Wells and P. Fisher and Samuel Myers},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2007},
  volume={45 11},
  pages={2573-80}
}
Individuals with current major depression were interviewed to investigate the prevalence of distressing intrusive mental imagery among depressed patients and study the phenomenology of these intrusions. Of the 39 currently depressed patients, 17 experienced some form of repetitive intrusive imagery (i.e., either an intrusive memory or image), with intrusive memories being more common than images. The intrusive imagery was experienced as highly uncontrollable and interfered significantly with… CONTINUE READING

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