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Negative Feedback-Seeking in Depression: Examination of Maladaptive Schemas and Rumination as Cognitive Mechanisms, and the Prospective Prediction of Interpersonal Stressful Events
Coyne’s (1976) interpersonal theory of depression describes a process through which depressed individuals communicate with others such that aversive aspects of their interpersonal behaviour can exacerbate or maintain their ...
Theory of Mind Decoding and Reasoning Abilities in Depression, Social Phobia, and Comorbid Conditions
Vulnerability to major depressive disorder (MDD) is characterized by extensive interpersonal dysfunction. A framework that has been used to understand this impairment is theory of mind, or the ability to decode and reason ...