Mood-congruent attention and memory bias in dysphoria: Exploring the coherence among information-processing biases.

@article{Koster2010MoodcongruentAA,
  title={Mood-congruent attention and memory bias in dysphoria: Exploring the coherence among information-processing biases.},
  author={Ernst H. W. Koster and Rudi De Raedt and Lemke Leyman and Evi De Lissnyder},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2010},
  volume={48 3},
  pages={219-25}
}
Recent studies indicate that depression is characterized by mood-congruent attention bias at later stages of information-processing. Moreover, depression has been associated with enhanced recall of negative information. The present study tested the coherence between attention and memory bias in dysphoria. Stable dysphoric (n = 41) and non-dysphoric (n = 41) undergraduates first performed a spatial cueing task that included negative, positive, and neutral words. Words were presented for 250 ms… CONTINUE READING

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