Depressive realism and the effect of intertrial interval on judgements of zero, positive, and negative contingencies

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Msetfi, Rachel M.; Murphy, Robin, A.; Simpson, Jane;
(2007)
  • Publisher: Psychology Press
  • Subject: depressive realism | depression | learning | control | perceived control | contingency judgement | causal learning | association

peer-reviewed In three experiments we tested how the spacing of trials during acquisition of zero, positive, and negative event–outcome contingencies differentially affected depressed and nondepressed students’ judgements. Experiment 1 found that nondepressed partici... View more
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