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Mental imagery and emotion in treatment across disorders: using the example of depression.

Abstract:

Abnormalities in mental imagery have been implicated in a range of mental health conditions. Imagery has a particularly powerful effect on emotion and as such plays a particularly important role in emotional disorders. In depression, not only is the occurrence of intrusive negative imagery problematic, but also the lack of positive (in particular, future-directed) imagery is important. The authors suggest that, in depression, imagery can exacerbate the effects of interpretation bias. This art...

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10.1080/16506070902980729

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Holmes, EA More by this author
Deeprose, C More by this author
Journal:
Cognitive behaviour therapy
Volume:
38 Suppl 1
Pages:
21-28
Publication date:
2009
DOI:
EISSN:
1651-2316
ISSN:
1650-6073
URN:
uuid:f91922b7-5937-4dd7-b7fc-639f3a2a6f05
Source identifiers:
130546
Local pid:
pubs:130546

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