Social problem-solving deficits, dependency, and depressive symptoms

  title={Social problem-solving deficits, dependency, and depressive symptoms},
  author={David A. F. Haaga and Jennifer A. Fine and Diana Roscow Terrill and Bonnie L. Stewart and A. T. Beck},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
Depressive symptoms have been linked to deficits in social problem solving. We extended earlier work by evaluating the specificity of problem-solving deficits to depressive (vs. anxiety) symptoms and by incorporating another correlate of depression, interpersonal dependency. Specifically, we addressed (a) a prediction that problem-solving skill and dependency would correlate inversely and (b) the question of whether problem-solving skill is associated with depressive symptom severity… CONTINUE READING
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