The effect of a negative mood priming challenge on dysfunctional attitudes, explanatory style, and explanatory flexibility.

@article{Fresco2006TheEO,
  title={The effect of a negative mood priming challenge on dysfunctional attitudes, explanatory style, and explanatory flexibility.},
  author={David M Fresco and Richard G Heimberg and Adrienne Abramowitz and Tara L Bertram},
  journal={The British journal of clinical psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={45 Pt 2},
  pages={167-83}
}
Ninety-seven undergraduates, 48 of whom had a history of self-reported major depression, completed measures of mood and cognitive style (e.g. explanatory style, explanatory flexibility, dysfunctional attitudes) prior to and directly after a negative mood priming challenge that consisted of listening to sad music and thinking about an upsetting past event. Eighteen of the previously depressed participants endorsed baseline levels of depression, explanatory style for negative events, and… CONTINUE READING

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