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Cognitive Therapy and Research

Cognitive Therapy and Research 4/2001

Uitgave 4/2001

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Inhoudsopgave ( 8 Artikelen )

01-08-2001 | Uitgave 4/2001

The Developmental Origins of Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression: Negative Interpersonal Context Leads to Personal Vulnerability

Lauren B. Alloy

01-08-2001 | Uitgave 4/2001

Predictors of Depressive Cognitions in Young Adolescents

Judy Garber, Cynthia Flynn

01-08-2001 | Uitgave 4/2001

Social Origins of Depressive Cognitions: A Longitudinal Study of Self-Perceived Competence in Children

David A. Cole, Farrah M. Jacquez, Tracy L. Maschman

01-08-2001 | Uitgave 4/2001

Developmental Origins of Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression: Parenting, Cognitive, and Inferential Feedback Styles of the Parents of Individuals at High and Low Cognitive Risk for Depression

Lauren B. Alloy, Lyn Y. Abramson, Nancy A. Tashman, Dena S. Berrebbi, Michael E. Hogan, Wayne G. Whitehouse, Alisa G. Crossfield, Antonia Morocco

01-08-2001 | Uitgave 4/2001

History of Childhood Maltreatment, Negative Cognitive Styles, and Episodes of Depression in Adulthood

Brandon E. Gibb, Lauren B. Alloy, Lyn Y. Abramson, Donna T. Rose, Wayne G. Whitehouse, Patricia Donovan, Michael E. Hogan, Judith Cronholm, Sandra Tierney

01-08-2001 | Uitgave 4/2001

Developmental and Social–Contextual Origins of Depressive Control-Related Beliefs and Behavior

Karen D. Rudolph, Kathryn D. Kurlakowsky, Colleen S. Conley

01-08-2001 | Uitgave 4/2001

Intimacy in Relationships and Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression in Adolescent Girls

Susan Williams, Jennifer Connolly, Zindel V. Segal

01-08-2001 | Uitgave 4/2001

Developing Perspectives on the Cognitive–Developmental Origins of Depression: Back Is the Future

Rick E. Ingram

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