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My research examines cognitive vulnerability factors in depression. I am currently studying the link between depression relapse/recurrence and attentional processes. I am interested in how attentional biases may influence the course of depression and whether or not they can predict who may be vulnerable to depression recurrence in those with a history of depression. The link below provides more information.