Those were the days: memory bias for the frequency of positive events, depression, and self-enhancement.

@article{Lotterman2014ThoseWT,
  title={Those were the days: memory bias for the frequency of positive events, depression, and self-enhancement.},
  author={Jenny H. Lotterman and George A. Bonanno},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2014},
  volume={22 8},
  pages={925-36}
}
Past research has associated depression with memory biases pertaining to the frequency, duration, and specificity of past events. Associations have been proposed between both negative and positive memory biases and depression symptoms. However, research has not examined the occurrence of actual events over time in the study of memory bias. To address these limitations and investigate whether a negative or positive memory bias is associated with symptoms of depression, we collected weekly data… CONTINUE READING
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