All Relations between Depression and cognitive process

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F Kathryn King, M Scott Perry, Christos Papadelis, Crystal M Coope. Spatiotemporal responses to emotional conflict and its psychiatric correlates in adolescents with epilepsy using magnetoencephalography. Epilepsy & behavior : E&B. vol 157. 2024-06-08. PMID:38851125. emotion regulation is an important cognitive process that is impaired in individuals with psychiatric disorders, such as depression. 2024-06-08 2024-06-11 human
Jiacheng Cui, Jianglin Wen, Dong Wan. Cognitive manipulation of emotional and non-emotional information in working memory of patients with depression: a rigid processing style. Frontiers in psychology. vol 14. 2023-06-29. PMID:37384177. compared with previous studies, recent researchers increasingly focused on the exploration of the comprehensive cognitive process of patients with depression. 2023-06-29 2023-08-14 Not clear
Peter M McEvoy, Matthew P Hyett, Thomas Ehring, Sheri L Johnson, Suraj Samtani, Rebecca Anderson, Michelle L Mould. Transdiagnostic assessment of repetitive negative thinking and responses to positive affect: Structure and predictive utility for depression, anxiety, and mania symptoms. Journal of affective disorders. vol 232. 2018-09-19. PMID:29510356. repetitive negative thinking (rnt) is a cognitive process that is repetitive, passive, relatively uncontrollable, and focused on negative content, and is elevated in emotional disorders including depression and anxiety disorders. 2018-09-19 2023-08-13 Not clear
Abir K Bekhet, Mauricio Garnier-Villarrea. The Positive Thinking Skills Scale: A screening measure for early identification of depressive thoughts. Applied nursing research : ANR. vol 38. 2018-07-30. PMID:29241519. positive thinking is a cognitive process that helps individuals to deal with problems more effectively, and has been suggested as a useful strategy for coping with adversity, including depression. 2018-07-30 2023-08-13 Not clear
Natalie Sachs-Ericsson, Edward A Selby, Jennifer L Hames, Thomas E Joiner, Karen L Fingerman, Steven H Zarit, Kira S Birditt, Lori M Hil. Transmission of parental neuroticism to offspring's depression: the mediating role of rumination. Personality and mental health. vol 8. issue 4. 2015-06-25. PMID:25183563. rumination is a cognitive process that involves repetitively focusing on the causes, situational factors and consequences of one's negative emotion, and it is a potent risk factor for depression. 2015-06-25 2023-08-13 Not clear
Yingying Tang, Yingjie Li, Shanbao Tong, Yang Li, Yisheng Zh. [Entropy analysis of the EEG alpha activity in depression patients]. Sheng wu yi xue gong cheng xue za zhi = Journal of biomedical engineering = Shengwu yixue gongchengxue zazhi. vol 26. issue 4. 2011-12-06. PMID:19813600. re analysis can well characterize the alpha activity in depression patients and could be a valuable tool to study cognitive process and also a potential effective approach for the diagnosis of depression. 2011-12-06 2023-08-12 human
Filip Raes, J Mark G Williams, Dirk Herman. Reducing cognitive vulnerability to depression: a preliminary investigation of MEmory Specificity Training (MEST) in inpatients with depressive symptomatology. Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry. vol 40. issue 1. 2009-04-14. PMID:18407245. these results suggest that the mest may offer a potential and promising intervention to tackle a core cognitive process involved in depression and depressive vulnerability. 2009-04-14 2023-08-12 human
N Sumi, H Nan'no, O Fujimoto, Y Ohta, M Taked. Interpeak latency of auditory event-related potentials (P300) in senile depression and dementia of the Alzheimer type. Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences. vol 54. issue 6. 2001-02-08. PMID:11145468. the ipl results suggest that in senile depression the early cognitive process is hastened and in dat the middle process is disturbed. 2001-02-08 2023-08-12 human