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From the First Episode to Recurrences: The Role of Automatic Thoughts and Dysfunctional Attitudes in Major Depressive Disorder
(GUILFORD PUBLICATIONS INC, 2015-03)
Negative automatic thoughts (NAT) and dysfunctional attitudes (DA) are causal elements in the onset and maintenance of depression. It has previously been reported that NATs become more prevalent during depressive episodes. ...
The distinction between unipolar and bipolar depression: A cognitive theory perspective
(W B SAUNDERS CO-ELSEVIER INC, 2013-10)
Background: There is very limited data about the cognitive structure of bipolar depression when compared to unipolar depression. The aim of the study was to look into the differences between unipolar and bipolar depressed ...
Metacognitions and emotional schemas: a new cognitive perspective for the distinction between unipolar and bipolar depression
(W B SAUNDERS CO-ELSEVIER INC, 2014-10)
Introduction: Clinicians need to make the differential diagnosis of unipolar and bipolar depression to guide their treatment choices. Looking at the differences observed in the metacognitions, and the emotional schemas, ...