Introspectiveness, psychosocial resources, and depression

Scott Schieman1, Karen Van Gundy2
1University of Maryland, United States
2University of Miami, United States
Cite this article:  Schieman, S., & Van Gundy, K. (2001). Introspectiveness, psychosocial resources, and depression. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 29(2), 105-112.

Volume 29 Issue 2 | e1068 | Published: March 2001 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2001.29.2.105

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What conditions moderate the association between introspectiveness and mental health? This research tests  the  hypotheses  that  self-esteem,  mastery,  and  social  support  moderate  the  association between introspectiveness  and depression. Based on a community sample of 850 respondents, results show that introspectiveness and depression are more positive under the conditions of low esteem, mastery, and support. Results are interpreted in light of theories of the self-concept, personality dispositions, and mental health.

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