The Voice of Depression: Prevalence and Stability Across Time of Perception-Laden Intrusive Thoughts in Depression

@article{Moritz2019TheVO,
  title={The Voice of Depression: Prevalence and Stability Across Time of Perception-Laden Intrusive Thoughts in Depression},
  author={S. Moritz and J. P. Klein and T. Berger and F. Lar{\o}i and Bjoern Meyer},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={43},
  pages={986 - 994}
}
  • S. Moritz, J. P. Klein, +2 authors Bjoern Meyer
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • Cognitive Therapy and Research
  • Intrusive depressive thoughts are typically defined in terms of their content, frequency, and pervasiveness. The extent to which they carry sensory properties is largely unexplored. In a pilot study, 56.5% of individuals with mild to moderate depressive symptoms experienced depressive thoughts with sensory features. The present study explored the prevalence of sensory thoughts in patients with severe depression and examined the stability of the sensory phenomena across time. A total of 163… CONTINUE READING
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