Positive Mood Induction and Facial Affect Recognition among Students at Risk for Mania

  title={Positive Mood Induction and Facial Affect Recognition among Students at Risk for Mania},
  author={Dante P. Trevisani and Sheri L Johnson and Charles S Carver},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
Previous research has suggested that bipolar disorder is characterized by a state-dependent decrease in the ability to recognize facial affect during mania. It remains unclear, though, whether people who are only vulnerable to the disorder show these changes in facial affect recognition. It is also unclear whether minor shifts in mood affect the recognition of facial emotion. Thus, this study examined the effects of positive mood induction on the facial affect recognition of undergraduates… CONTINUE READING

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