The future is here: a review of foresight systems in anxiety and depression.

  title={The future is here: a review of foresight systems in anxiety and depression.},
  author={Beyon H Miloyan and Nancy A Pachana and Thomas Suddendorf},
  journal={Cognition & emotion},
  volume={28 5},
Cognitive models of anxiety and depression have long suggested a central role for future-oriented thinking in these disorders. Experimental studies suggest that anxiety and depression are characterised by distinct future-oriented thinking profiles, and that these profiles are markedly different from those of asymptomatic adults. In this paper, we review these profiles and propose two explanatory models marked by two different neurocognitive systems. The Reconstructive Memory Model emphasises a… CONTINUE READING
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