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Mood-induction research--its implications for clinical depression.

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Mood-induction procedures (MIPs) are increasingly being used as laboratory analogues of clinical depression. Four methods of mood induction are described: reading depressing self-referent statements: remembering past unpleasant events; listening to a taped depressing story: and failure on a task. The effects of these MIPs on affect, behaviour and related variables and parallels between these effects and clinical deficits are reviewed. The implications of MIP research for clinical depression a...

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Journal:
Behaviour research and therapy
Volume:
20
Issue:
4
Pages:
373-382
Publication date:
1982-01-01
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EISSN:
1873-622X
ISSN:
0005-7967
URN:
uuid:980cf67f-de54-45ce-a705-3fc7f15519f2
Source identifiers:
448887
Local pid:
pubs:448887
Language:
English
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