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1984a), as well as the transactions between such factors. Coyne and Lazarus (1980) have described a much broader orientation to responses to stress and one which captures the transactive, dynamic flow between the person and environment; while lacking in precision and detail, it models the complexity and the changes over time that a complete model of depression should contain. II. ATTRIBUTIONAL MODELS OF DEPRESSION The learned helplessness model of depression (Seligman, 1975) enjoyed considerable attention, and like Beck's model has undergone significant alterations in response to empirical and conceptual developments.
Finally, the possibility exists that schémas simply cause biased recall of certain events such that schema-congruent events may be more salient and therefore Predicting Depression 43 recalled better, thus producing spurious correlations with depression. A comparison between a sample of roommates of subjects and the subjects themselves on independent assessment of event occurrence failed to support such a hypothesis, however. Overall, therefore, the mechanisms of action remain unclear and require further study, but the results of the vulnerability schema x event type interaction remain highly promising, suggesting that it is possible to measure vulnerability in advance, using an information-processing paradigm, and then predict the occurrence of depression during a longitudinal course according to the type, not amount, of life stress experienced.
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