Depression may inhibit enjoyment of good experiences

03/20/2009 | ScienceDaily

People who are depressed may be unable to enjoy positive experiences, according to research that counters previous theories that the disorder is caused primarily by negative emotions. "Since depression is characterized by negative thinking, it is easy to assume that depressed people learn the negative lessons of life better than nondepressed people -- but that's not true," said study co-author Laren Conklin, an Ohio State University graduate student in psychology.

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