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Testing an Integrated Interpersonal Theory of Depression: The Role of Dysphoria, Negative Relationship Cognitions and Excessive Reassurance-Seeking in Predicting Rejection
Coyne’s (1976) interpersonal theory of depression proposes that individuals suffering from depressive symptoms tend to engage in excessive reassurance-seeking (ERS), defined as repetitively asking for assurances from close ...
The Impact of Efficacious Treatments for Major Depressive Disorder on Remission Rates of Specific Symptoms: A Re-Analysis of the Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is a highly prevalent mental disorder that will affect 12.2% of Canadians over the course of their lifetimes, and 4.8% annually (Patten, et al., 2006). One of the most robust findings in the ...
ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES AND EPIGENETIC MECHANISMS IN RISK FOR DEPRESSION
Genetic and environmental factors interact to influence vulnerability for internalizing psychopathology, including Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). The mechanisms that account for how environmental stress can alter biological ...
Understanding the Relationship between Depression, Hopelessness, Psychache and Suicide Risk
Two studies were undertaken to examine the relationship between suicidality and three key psychological predictors of suicide risk, namely, depression, hopelessness, and psychache. Study 1 determined the degree to which ...
Childhood Maltreatment and Stress Sensitization in Depression: Moderation by Age Group and Depression History
Major Depressive Disorder is a highly prevalent and recurrent psychological disorder, affecting approximately 12% of Canadians across their lifetime and 5% each year. Studies have shown that a history of childhood maltreatment ...
Self-efficacy in depression: Bridging the gap between competence and real-world functioning
Background: Depression is the largest contributing factor to years lost to disability, and symptom remission does not always result in functional improvement. Comprehensive analysis of functioning requires investigation ...