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Is There a Negative Interpretation Bias in Depressed Patients? An Affective Startle Modulation Study

URN to cite this document:
urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-408713
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.40871
Käse, M. ; Dresler, Thomas ; Andreatta, M. ; Ehlis, A.-C. ; Wolff, B. ; Kittel-Schneider, S. ; Polak, T. ; Fallgatter, A.J. ; Mühlberger, Andreas
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Abstract

Background/Aims: Scientists proposed that patients with depression favour negative interpretations when appraising ambiguity. As self-report measures seem prone to response bias, implicit measures of emotional valence should be additionally used. Methods: A total of 16 patients with depression and 19 controls underwent an acoustic imagery task comprising neutral and negative words, as well as ...

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