Intrusive memory quality in posttraumatic stress disorder and depression : a multimethod comparison using self-report, narrative measures and psychophysiological responding
Considerable empirical work has investigated theoretically-driven predictions about the distinctive nature of intrusive memory (IM) phenomena in PTSD. Recently, there has been increasing recognition that intrusive remembering may also play an important role in depression. The accompanying findings have been interpreted as indicating that IMs in depression and PTSD exhibit a large degree of overlap. However, much of the IM research in depression to date has been limited by a range of...[Show more]
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