Neural mechanisms of the cognitive model of depression

Neural mechanisms of the cognitive model of depression

Nature Reviews Neuroscience 12, 467 (2011). doi:10.1038/nrn3027

Authors: Seth G. Disner, Christopher G. Beevers, Emily A. P. Haigh & Aaron T. Beck

In the 40 years since Aaron Beck first proposed his cognitive model of depression, the elements of this model — biased attention, biased processing, biased thoughts and rumination, biased memory, and dysfunctional attitudes and schemas — have been consistently linked with the onset and maintenance

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http://feeds.nature.com/~r/nrn/rss/current/~3/1K3kW3xxP2g/nrn3027

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