Modeling the relations of attributional style, expectancies, and depression.

  title={Modeling the relations of attributional style, expectancies, and depression.},
  author={Jay G. Hull and M Mendolia},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  volume={61 1},
Structural modeling techniques were used to assess relations of attributional style, expectancies, and depression. According to an initial theoretical model, attributions are directly related to expectancies, and expectancies are directly related to depression, but attributions are only indirectly related to depression by means of their relation to expectancies. The results of Study 1 indicated that this model was flawed in 2 respects: (a) Attributions for positive and negative events did not… CONTINUE READING

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