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Self-silencing, depressed mood, and anger expression and the meanings behind self-silencing within intimate relationships
The present study investigates the silencing the self theory (STS, Jack, 1991) which proposes that more women than men are depressed (Benazzi, 2000) because of their greater tendency to self-silence in relationships to ...
Demographic, reproductive, and psychosocial predictors of mood change in the postpartum period
The purpose of this study was to examine demographic, reproductive, and psychosocial predictors of mood change in the postpartum period. In a prospective design, 33 women completed either an online or paper and pencil ...
Self-silencing and depression in women : examining the role of social support as a moderator
In almost all populations there is a significant sex difference in the rate of depression, with women being twice as likely to be depressed as compared to men (Bebbington, 1996; Kuehner, 2003) Numerous theories have been ...