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An EEG Investigation of a Depressive Self-Schema Related to Levels of Processing in Individuals With High Depressive Symptomatology
Individuals with high depressive symptomatology have better memory for negative events than positive events. The preferential processing of negative information supports the theory of a depressive self-schema in individuals ...
Diabetes, Depression and Syndemic Suffering among African American Patients: The Intersectionality of Race, Gender and Class
This research study illustrates the overarching syndemic theory, which was used to explain the interconnections of type 2 diabetes, clinical depression, and human suffering among low-income African American outpatients ...