Rumination and deficits in the recall of positive autobiographical memories in depression [ 2011 - 2015 ]

Also known as: Rumination and positive memories in depression

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Researchers: Prof Michelle Moulds (Principal investigator)

Brief description The prevalence of depression is increasing and risk of recurrence exceeds 80%. The social and economic burden of depression highlight the urgent need to advance understanding of the habits of thought and memory that keep people feeling depressed, so that psychologists can treat depression more effectively. This project will explain why depressed people feel worse when they recall happy memories. The outcomes will extend theory and guide the improvement of treatments for this condition.

Funding Amount $AUD 263,295.73

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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