A number of studies have demonstrated that negative self-schemas, particularly for interpersonal content, appear to represent vulnerability factors for depression, says David Dozois. Fortunately, this negative interpersonal structure is modifiable through treatment.
Professor of psychology at Western University, Dr. Dozois will discuss “The Structure of Interpersonal Schemas in Depression” in a colloquium hosted by the UWindsor Department of Psychology at 4 p.m. Thursday, March 11.
Dozois’ research focuses on cognitive vulnerability to depression and cognitive-behavioural therapy. He has published 182 scientific articles, book chapters, and books, and edited Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: General Strategies and Abnormal Psychology: Perspectives.
Thursday’s presentation will take place over Zoom; to attend, contact Patti Fritz at firstname.lastname@example.org.