Clinical depression and memory: Professor Tim Dalgleish

In this interview Chartered Psychologist Professor Tim Dalgleish discusses clinical depression and memory. Tim talks about his research into how people with depression tend to remember memories in a negative way and how they also have difficulty generating specific memories. Tim also explains how, systematically practicing coming up with specific memories from the past helps alleviate the symptoms of depression.

Tim was awarded the 2013 Presidents’ Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychological Knowledge.

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