The authors are grateful to Robert Wyer Jr., Yuichi Shoda, David Ho, Ying-yi Hong, Shui-fong Lam, Alison Lo, Feng Li, Zhi-xue Zhang, and Chung-leung Luk for their constructive comments and suggestions on earlier drafts of this article. We also wish to thank Hon-chung Chan, Pak-cheong Chung, May Peng, Jennifer Tong, and Yuk-pui Yau for their assistance with data collection, and Mo-ching Chan for her clerical assistance.
Differences in Automatic Social Information Processing Between Nondepressed and Subclinically Depressed Individuals
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Journal of Personality
Volume 70, Issue 2, pages 145–176, April 2002
How to Cite
Cheng, C. and Chiu, C.-y. (2002), Differences in Automatic Social Information Processing Between Nondepressed and Subclinically Depressed Individuals. Journal of Personality, 70: 145–176. doi: 10.1111/1467-6494.05001
Preparation of this article was supported by a Research Grants Council (RGC) Competitive Earmarked Research Grant (HKUST6078/99H) and a RGC Direct Allocation Grant (DAG99/00.HSS02) to Cecilia Cheng. Portion of this article was presented at the May 1998 convention of the American Psychological Society, Washington DC.
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