Stress generation: future directions and clinical implications.

  title={Stress generation: future directions and clinical implications.},
  author={Richard T Liu},
  journal={Clinical psychology review},
  volume={33 3},
Although the past two decades have seen increasing empirical interest in stress generation, the process whereby depressed or depression-prone individuals experience higher rates of life stress that are at least in part influenced by their own cognitive and behavioral characteristics, several important aspects of this phenomenon remain relatively unexamined, leaving open several promising opportunities for future advancement of the field. The current paper begins with a brief review of the… CONTINUE READING
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