Self-reported distress: analog or Ersatz depression?

@article{Coyne1994SelfreportedDA,
  title={Self-reported distress: analog or Ersatz depression?},
  author={James Charles Coyne},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={1994},
  volume={116 1},
  pages={29-45}
}
Vredenburg, Flett, and Krames's (1993) conclusion that self-reported distress in college students is an appropriate analog for diagnosable depression is examined in light of a broader literature. Self-reported distress is conceptually and empirically distinct from depression and depressive symptoms. Distress has stronger correlates with common psychological and social factors. Distress in college students tends to be mild and transient, and most distressed college students are not depressed… CONTINUE READING
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