Cognitive bias and depression in psychiatrically disturbed children and adolescents

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Haley, G. T., Fine, S., Marriage, K., Moretti, M. M., & Freeman, R. J. (1985). Cognitive bias and depression in psychiatrically disturbed children and adolescents. Journal Of Consulting And Clinical Psychology, 53(4), 535-537. doi:10.1037/0022-006X.53.4.535

 

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Date created: 
1985
Keywords: 
Cognitions
Cognitive Bias
Depression (Emotion)
Questionnaires
Test Construction
Abstract: 

Developed a cognitive bias questionnaire for children (CBQC) to examine the relation between cognitive distortion and depression in 39 psychiatrically disturbed 8–16 yr olds. Results indicate that the Depressed–Distorted scale from the CBQC was significantly correlated with Ss' psychiatric and self-reported ratings of depression and could significantly discriminate affective from nonaffective disorders.

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University of British Columbia / Vancouver General Hospital Academic Fund
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