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Cognition & Emotion
This research examined the hypothesis that reduced posterior right hemisphere activity interferes with the regulation of emotions and behavior in response to stress, creating vulnerability to depression. Consistent with a diathesis-stress model, we predicted that youth with a reduced posterior right hemisphere bias in emotional processing would engage in less adaptive responses to stress, which would be associated with depressive symptoms in those who reported the recent experience of high, butdoi:10.1080/02699930600824635 pmid:26279599 pmcid:PMC4533908 fatcat:7mm46tleczgcncwlzrx2oyyspm