Relationship Patterns Associated with Dimensions of Vulnerability to Psychopathology

  title={Relationship Patterns Associated with Dimensions of Vulnerability to Psychopathology},
  author={Nicholas B. Allen and Nick Haslam and Assaf Semedar},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
Associations between vulnerability to psychopathology and atypical ways of perceiving and conducting relationships were investigated in a study of 350 undergraduates. Self-report measures of traits associated with vulnerability to depression, bipolar disorder and psychosis were used to predict atypical relationships with family members, close friends, student peers, and authority figures. Tendencies to implement four basic relational models in personal relationships of each type were examined… CONTINUE READING


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