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    Non-Response to Sad Mood Induction: Implications for Emotion Research.Jonathan Rottenberg, Maria Kovacs & Ilya Yaroslavsky - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 32 (3):431-436.
    Experimental induction of sad mood states is a mainstay of laboratory research on affect and cognition, mood regulation, and mood disorders. Typically, the success of such mood manipulations is reported as a statistically significant pre- to post-induction change in the self-rated intensity of the target affect. The present commentary was motivated by an unexpected finding in one of our studies concerning the response rate to a well-validated sad mood induction. Using the customary statistical approach, we found a significant mean increase (...)
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    Why Do People With Depression Use Faulty Emotion Regulation Strategies?Sunkyung Yoon & Jonathan Rottenberg - forthcoming - Emotion Review:175407391989067.
    Why do people with psychopathology use less adaptive and more maladaptive strategies for negative emotions if such usage has self-destructive consequences? Although researchers have examined the reasons for people’s engagement in maladaptive “behaviors,” such as nonsuicidal self-injury, surprisingly little attention has been paid to the reasons why people might endorse maladaptive emotion regulation strategies. This article addresses this question, focusing on the case of depression, evaluating an array of 10 possible explanations. After considering the existing evidence, we provide a blueprint (...)
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    Idiographic Autobiographical Memories in Major Depressive Disorder.Jonathan Rottenberg, Jennifer Hildner & Ian Gotlib - 2006 - Cognition and Emotion 20 (1):114-128.
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    Why Might Poor Sleep Quality Lead to Depression? A Role for Emotion Regulation.Kimberly O’Leary, Lauren M. Bylsma & Jonathan Rottenberg - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 31 (8):1698-1706.
    Disordered sleep is strongly linked to future depression, but the reasons for this link are not well understood. This study tested one possibility – that poorer sleep impairs emotion regulation, which over time leads to increased depressive symptoms. Our sample contained individuals with a wide range of depression symptoms, who were followed clinically over six months and reassessed for changes in depressive symptom levels. As predicted, maladaptive ER mediated both cross-sectional and prospective relationships between poor sleep quality and depression symptoms. (...)
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    Sleep Quality in Healthy and Mood-Disordered Persons Predicts Daily Life Emotional Reactivity.Kimberly O'Leary, Brent J. Small, Vanessa Panaite, Lauren M. Bylsma & Jonathan Rottenberg - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 31 (3).
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    Familiality of Mood Repair Responses Among Youth with and Without Histories of Depression.Lauren M. Bylsma, Ilya Yaroslavsky, Jonathan Rottenberg, Enikő Kiss, Krisztina Kapornai, Kitti Halas, Roberta Dochnal, Eszter Lefkovics, Ildikό Baji, Ágnes Vetrό & Maria Kovacs - 2016 - Cognition and Emotion 30 (4).
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    Turning Quickly on Myself: Automatic Interpretation Biases in Dysphoria Are Self-Referent.Alexandra H. Cowden Hindash & Jonathan Rottenberg - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 31 (2).