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Cue self-relevance affects autobiographical memory specificity in individuals with a history of major depression.

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Previously depressed and never-depressed individuals identified personal characteristics (self-guides) defining their ideal, ought, and feared selves. One week later they completed the autobiographical memory test (AMT). For each participant the number of AMT cues that reflected self-guide content was determined to produce an index of AMT cue self-relevance. Individuals who had never been depressed showed no significant relationship between cue self-relevance and specificity. In contrast, in ...

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10.1080/09658210701256530

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Journal:
Memory (Hove, England)
Volume:
15
Issue:
3
Pages:
312-323
Publication date:
2007-04-05
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EISSN:
1464-0686
ISSN:
0965-8211
URN:
uuid:6b0b94b0-a166-4833-8a7f-30bff5152191
Source identifiers:
139923
Local pid:
pubs:139923

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