Negative biases and risk for depression; integrating self-report and emotion task markers.

@article{Watters2011NegativeBA,
  title={Negative biases and risk for depression; integrating self-report and emotion task markers.},
  author={Anna J. Watters and Leanne M. Williams},
  journal={Depression and anxiety},
  year={2011},
  volume={28 8},
  pages={
          703-18
        }
}
BACKGROUND Negativity biases and their impact on reactivity to negative emotion are implicated in the mechanisms of risk for depression. The aim of this study was to determine whether self-reported negativity bias is related to objective cognitive measures of emotional reactivity. METHODS A previously established Web self-report measure of negativity bias was used to assess 1,080 volunteers from the Brain Resource International Database (overseen by the nonprofit BRAINnet Foundation). We… CONTINUE READING
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