Learned helplessness in the perspective of the depressive disorders
A critical review of Seligman's laboratory experiments on learned helplessness and depression in humans
Depression and distortion in the attribution of causality
Learned helplessness in humans
Is an attributional analysis of the learned helplessness phenomenon viable? A critique of the Abramson-Seligman-Teasdale reformulation
Expectancies, mood, and performance of depressed and nondepressed psychiatric inpatients on chance and skill tasks
Expectancy changes in depression and schizophrenia
Depression and perception of reinforcement
Learned helplessness and depression in a clinical population
Expectations of success and anagram performance of depressives in a public and private setting
Three tests of the learned helplessness model of depression
Depression and perceived reinforcement
An attempt to reverse performance deficits associated with depression and experimentally induced helplessness
Effects of real and recalled success on learned helplessness and depression
Comment and integration
A critical evaluation of the learned helplessness model of depression
Cognitive Processes and Models of Depression