Mental imagery, self-defining memories and emotion in individuals likely to develop bipolar disorder
Hall, Jocelyn A.
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The portfolio has three parts. Part one is a systematic literature review, in which the empirical literature relating to the relationship between mental imagery and emotion is reviewed. Part two is an empirical paper which explores self-defining memories, mental imagery and emotion in individuals likely to develop bipolar disorder. Part three comprises the appendices.
- Department of Clinical Psychology and Clinical Psychologies, The University of Hull
- Alexander, Tim (Clinical psychologist)
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