Mood Matters: Negative Mood Induction Activates Dysfunctional Attitudes in Women Vulnerable to Depression

@article{Jeanne1998MoodMN,
  title={Mood Matters: Negative Mood Induction Activates Dysfunctional Attitudes in Women Vulnerable to Depression},
  author={M Meis-Kindblom Jeanne and James J. Gross and Jacqueline B. Persons and Judy Hahn},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={22},
  pages={363-376}
}
Cognitive theory holds that dysfunctionalattitudes are important risk factors for depression.Critics have questioned this view, noting that, althoughdysfunctional attitudes are elevated in depression, they are not evident in vulnerable individualswho are asymptomatic. To deal with this criticism,Miranda and Persons (1988) have advanced the mood-statedependent hypothesis, which suggests that cognitive vulnerability factors are indeed present invulnerable individuals, but remain dormant… CONTINUE READING

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