False Memory, Depression
Is the article “Sadness and Less Accurate”? Watkins (2018) explores the connection between depression and false memories. This suggests that those with depression tend to have more false memories of negative events. The article “The Role of Mood and the Formation of False Memories”, Laney et. al. 2020, offers a different view. This article claims that mood is not as strongly linked with false memory formation as previously thought. Watkins et al. (2018) article has a potential bias in that the convenience sample only included patients with depression and who sought treatment at a clinic. These findings may not reflect the entire population, and this could be limiting their generalizability. In contrast, Laney et al. Laney et al. (2020) found that positive mood is more closely associated with false memories formation. Cont…
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