|Title:||Dataset for "Psychological Risk Factors for Depression in UK Student and General Populations: Derailment, Self-Criticism and Self-Reassurance"|
|Abstract:||This study investigated the psychological factors of derailment, self-criticism and self-reassurance, previously demonstrated to influence depression, aiming to identify individual differences within and between the UK student and general population indicating those at higher risk. Participants completed self-report construct measures. Correlation and path analyses were used to assess relationships and test direction. Derailment and self-criticism predicted depression increase, whereas self-reassurance protected against depression. Self-criticism mediated derailment’s effect on depression. Self-reassurance moderated derailment’s effect on depression, though did not moderate the effect of derailment induced self-criticism on depression. Students were at higher risk of derailment and consequent depression. Depression treatment should therefore counter derailment, since derailment indicates a risk of depression through increased self-criticism or low self-reassurance, particularly in students.|
Dataset for Colman, R., Vione, K., & Kotera, Y. (2020). Psychological Risk Factors for Depression in UK Student and General Populations: Derailment, Self-Criticism and Self-Reassurance [Manuscript submitted for publication]. Human Sciences Research Centre, University of Derby, Derby, UK.
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