Depressive realism and outcome density bias in contingency judgments: the effect of the context and intertrial interval

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Msetfi, Rachel M. ; Murphy, Robin, A. ; Simpson, Jane ; Kornbrot, Diana E. (2005)
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1037/0096-3445.134.1.10
  • Subject: learning | control | perceived control | depression | contingency judgement | depressive realism | causality
    mesheuropmc: behavioral disciplines and activities

peer-reviewed The perception of the effectiveness of instrumental actions is influenced by depressed mood. Depressive realism (DR) is the claim that depressed people are particularly accurate in evaluating instrumentality. In two experiments, the authors tested the D... View more
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