5 edition of Autobiographical Memory Specificity & Psychopathology found in the catalog.
May 19, 2006
by Psychology Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||272|
Individual difference measures, including those for trauma-related psychopathology, were also administered. Findings revealed developmental differences in the relation between autobiographical memory specificity and CSA. Even with depression statistically controlled, reduced memory specificity in CSA victims relative to controls was observed Distancing coping was significantly associated with less specific autobiographical memory. Younger age, lower vocabulary scores, and non-CSA childhood maltreatment (i.e., physical and emotional abuse) also uniquely predicted less autobiographical memory specificity, whereas trauma-related psychopathology was associated with more specific ://
The MEmory Specificity Training (MEST) (Raes et al., ) is a new treatment aimed at helping patients with MDD and PTSD to generate more specific autobiographical memories. Although the number of sessions varies by study, patients are first given an overview of the disorder being targeted, along with an explanation of OGM, followed by several There has been a recent growth in investigations into the neural mechanisms underlying the problems recalling specific autobiographical events that are a core feature of emotional disorders. In this review we provide the first synthesis of this literature, taking into account brain as well as cognitive mechanisms. We suggest that these problems are driven by idiosyncratic activation in areas (18)
Links Between Future Thinking and Autobiographical Memory Specificity in Major Depression Ali Sarkohi, Jonas Bjärehed, Gerhard Andersson DOI: /psych 6, Downloads (S(jmbntvnsjt1aadkposzje))/reference/?. This edited collection reviews and integrates current theories on autobiographical memory when viewed in a clinical perspective. It presents an overview of basic applied and clinical approaches to autobiographical memory, covering memory specificity, traumatic memories, involuntary and intrusive memories and the role of ://
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Book Description. It has been repeatedly demonstrated that depression and reported history of trauma are associated with a difficulty in retrieving specific autobiographical memories, a phenomenon called overgeneral memory (Williams & Broadbent, ).
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Introduction. Reviewing the literature on the specificity of autobiographical memory as measured with the Autobiographical Memory Test (AMT; Williams & Broadbent, ) one can get overwhelmed as it is growing increasingly large and meta-analysis tries to (empirically) synthesize the results found so :// Cambridge Core - Psychiatry - Clinical Perspectives on Autobiographical Memory - edited by Lynn A.
Watson Autobiographical memory specificity, psychopathology, depressed mood and the use of the Autobiographical Memory Test: a meta-analysis.
This meta-analysis is an attempt to investigate the role of depression in the specificity of autobiographical memory, while accounting for the role of patient and task variables as possible moderators.
Autobiographical memory specificity, psychopathology, depressed mood and the use of the Autobiographical Memory Test: A meta-analysis Article in Behaviour Research and Therapy 42(6) : Autobiographical Memory Specificity and Psychopathology: A Special Issue of Cognition and Emotion (Special Issues of Cognition and Emotion) (): D Hermans, Filip Raes, Pierre Philipott, Ismay Kremers: Books Autobiographical memory (AM) is the memory of events or information involving the self.
Researchers generally conceptualize AM as episodic, as opposed to semantic. AMs are temporally defined (e.g., by the date of the remembered event) and involve a sense of “recollection or reliving” of the original event (Greenberg & Rubin, ). Autobiographical memory specificity, psychopathology, depressed mood and the use of the Autobiographical Memory Test: a meta-analysis.
Van Vreeswijk MF(1), De Wilde EJ. Author information: (1)GGZ Delfland, Psychiatric Hospital, AJ Delft, The Netherlands. [email protected]:// psychopathology on autobiographical memory specificity (AMS) and social problem solving.
A further aim was to establish if AMS mediated the relationship between eating psychopathology and social problem solving (see Figure 1).
To that end, a non-clinical sample of participants was assessed on the standard AMT, MEPS and measures of mood Autobiographical memory forms a network of memories about personal experiences that defines and supports well-being and effective functioning of the self in various ways.
During the last three decades, there have been two characteristics of autobiographical memory that have received special interest regarding their role in psychological well-being and psychopathology, namely memory specificity Maternal reminiscing and preschoolers’ (M = years, SD = ) autobiographical memory specificity (AMS) were examined among abusive (n = 24), neglecting (n = 78), emotionally maltreating (n = 32), and demographically similar nonmaltreating families (n = 74).Neglect was negatively associated with child AMS and the quantity of maternal :// Autobiographical Memory Interview (AMI) The AMI (Kopelman et al., ) is a two-part semi-structured interview that assesses semantic autobiographical recall and the specificity of episodic one (the Personal Semantic Schedule) requires participants to recall personal facts.
Part two (the Autobiographical Incident Schedule) assesses autobiographical recall of specific incidents Request PDF | The influence of eating psychopathology on autobiographical memory specificity and social problem-solving | The primary aim was to examine to influence of subclinical disordered Autobiographical memory (AM) is the memory of events or information involving the self.
Researchers generally conceptualize AM as episodic, as opposed to semantic. AMs are temporally defined (e.g., by the date of the remembered event) and involve a sense of “recollection or reliving” of the original event (Greenberg and Rubin ). This Special Issue is intended to further advance this field which lies at the heart of the cognition-emotion interface.
Papers published in this Issue address key issues relating to the underlying mechanisms and aetiology of overgeneral autobiographical memory, providing a state-of-the-art and pushing the field :// The influence of eating psychopathology on autobiographical memory specificity and social problem-solving Nathan Ridout *, Munveen Matharu, Elizabeth Sanders, Deborah J.
Wallis * Corresponding author for this work Keywords: autobiographical memory, specificity, overgenerality, depression, PTSD Autobiographical memory is the aspect of memory that is con-cerned with the recollection of personally experienced past events.
It is central to human functioning, contributing to an individual s sense of self, to his or her ability to remain oriented in the Objective.
Because the well‐known relationship between autobiographical memory (AM) with social functioning and psychopathology can manifest itself in a different way for memories of different life periods, the current work assesses AM specificity deficits Autobiographical memory speciﬁcity in response to verbal and pictorial cues in clinical depression Nathan Ridout a, *, Barbara Dritschel b, Keith Matthews c, Ronan O'Carroll d a Department of Psychology, School of Life and Health Sciences, Aston University, Birmingham, B4 7ET, UK b School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, KY16 9BU, UK c Division of Neuroscience.
specificity with which autobiographical memories are recollected. Most subsequent studies have indexed overgeneral autobiographical memory using a cued-recall procedure known as the Autobiographical Memory Test (AMT; Williams & Broadbent, ).
In the AMT, Because the well‐known relationship between autobiographical memory (AM) with social functioning and psychopathology can manifest itself in a different way for memories of different life periods, the current work assesses AM specificity deficits across different life stages in people with :// The book discusses a wide range of psychological disorders, including depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, and autism, and how they affect autobiographical memory.
It will be of interest to students of autobiographical memory and psychopathology. The conference was hosted by the Center on