Language use of depressed and depression-vulnerable college students

@inproceedings{Rude2004LanguageUO,
  title={Language use of depressed and depression-vulnerable college students},
  author={Stephanie S. Rude and Eva-Maria Gortner and James W. Pennebaker},
  year={2004}
}
Essays written by currently-depressed, formerly-depressed, and never-depressed college students were examined for differences in language that might shed light on the cognitive operations associated with depression and depression-vulnerability. A text analysis program computed the incidence of words in predesignated categories. Consistent with Beck's cognitive model and with Pyczsinski and Greenberg's self-focus model of depression, depressed participants used more negatively valenced words and… CONTINUE READING

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