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Depressive realism and the effect of intertrial interval on judgements of zero, positive, and negative contingencies.

Abstract:

In three experiments we tested how the spacing of trials during acquisition of zero, positive, and negative response-outcome contingencies differentially affected depressed and nondepressed students' judgements. Experiment 1 found that nondepressed participants' judgements of zero contingencies increased with longer intertrial intervals (ITIs) but not simply longer procedure durations. Depressed groups' judgements were not sensitive to either manipulation, producing an effect known as depress...

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10.1080/17470210601002595

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Journal:
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006)
Volume:
60
Issue:
3
Pages:
461-481
Publication date:
2007-03-05
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EISSN:
1747-0226
ISSN:
1747-0218
URN:
uuid:8be5d8bf-def6-4ffb-b716-cf64b1884e9c
Source identifiers:
379131
Local pid:
pubs:379131

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