MOOD-INDUCED CHANGES ON THE IMPLICIT ASSOCIATION TEST IN RECOVERED DEPRESSED PATIENTS
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MOOD-INDUCED CHANGES ON THE IMPLICIT ASSOCIATION TEST IN RECOVERED DEPRESSED PATIENTS by MICHAEL C GEMAR

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Mood-induced changes on the Implicit Association Test in recovered depressed patients. Formerly depressed patients (n = 23) and never-depressed controls (n . BibTeX @ARTICLE{Gemar01mood-inducedchanges, author = {Michael C. Gemar and Zindel V. Segal and Ra Sagrati and Sidney J. Kennedy}, title = {Mood-induced changes on the implicit association test in recovered depressed patients}, journal = {Journal of Abnormal Psychology}, year = {}, pages = {}}.   Mood-induced changes on the Implicit Association Test in recovered depressed patients. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, (2), - Google Scholar | Crossref | Medline | ISICited by: Recent research using the Implicit Association Test, however, showed positive implicit self-esteem in formerly depressed participants, even after negative mood induction [Gemar, Segal, Sagrati, & Kennedy (). Mood-induced changes on the implicit association test in recovered depressed patients. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, , –

  Mood-induced changes on the Implicit Association Test in recovered depressed patients. Journal of Abnormal Psychology , – Ginsburg, . Mood-induced changes on the implicit association test in recovered depressed patients. J Abnorm Psychol. () /X [Google Scholar] Kesting ML, Mehl S, Rief W, Lindenmeyer J, Lincoln TM.   Gemar MC, Segal ZV, Sagrati S, Kennedy SJ. Mood-induced changes on the implicit association test in recovered depressed patients. J Abnorm Psychol. () doi: /X PubMed Abstract | CrossRef Full Text | Google Scholar.   M.C. Gemar, Z.V. Segal, S. Sagrati, S.J. KennedyMood-induced changes on the implicit association test in recovered depressed patients Journal of Abnormal Psychology, (), pp. Google Scholar.

Mood-induced changes on the Implicit Association Test in recovered depressed patients. to mood changes in formerly depressed patients. Patients who recovered .   M.C. Gemar, Z.V. Segal, S. Sagrati, S.J. KennedyMood-induced changes on the Implicit Association Test in recovered depressed patients Journal of Abnormal Psychology, (), pp. Google Scholar.   Mood-induced changes on the Implicit Association Test in recovered depressed patients. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, (2), – doi: /X CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar. Mood-induced changes on the implicit association test in recovered depressed patients. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, , ]. These results are not in line with cognitive theory of depression.