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|Title:||Interpersonal problem-solving in depressed students||Authors:||Marx, E.M.
|Issue Date:||1991||Citation:||Marx, E.M., Schulze, C.C. (1991). Interpersonal problem-solving in depressed students. Journal of Clinical Psychology 47 (3) : 361-367. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||This study investigated whether depressed students suffer from a deficit in interpersonal problem-solving and attempted to specify the hypothesized deficit using a qualitative analysis of problem-solving strategies. Twenty depressed students were compared with 20 nondepressed controls with respect to the strategies they developed on a Situation Specific Problem-Solving Inventory. Results supported the hypothesis of a problem-solving deficit in depressed students. Although depressed students seemed to have an adequate definition of the problem and the target, they showed a significant lack of action-oriented strategies.||Source Title:||Journal of Clinical Psychology||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/130860||ISSN:||00219762|
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