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Pascual-Leone, 1990, 1991). For simplicity, we will refer to the complex synthesis process, in which a number of coactivated emotion schemes coapply to produce a unified sense of self in relation to the world, as the emotion schematic process. The experiential state of the self at any one moment will be referred to as the self-organisation. In depression, the self is organized experientially as unlovable or worthless and helpless or incompetent because of the activation of emotion schematic memories of crucial losses, humiliation, or failure in prior experience.
Thirty-nine percent of the adolescents in the total sample reported anger toward others, whereas 40% reported anger toward both others and the self. The results suggest that there may be at least two important patterns of depression in adolescents. In the first, there is profound sadness in combination with anger toward others. In the second, sadness is accompanied by anger directed toward others as well as toward the self. Depression in Adults Depression in adults seems to build on the feelings of inadequacy and lack of support laid down in adolescence.
When these affective states cannot be accepted, processed, and regulated, a sense of depressive hopelessness results. During depressive episodes, people often do not have access to their core painful affects. They are not in contact with their core shame, anxiety, sadness, or anger, and they are not aware of the voices in them that disclaim and avoid their internal experience. Rather, they feel globally distressed, lack motivation, and feel they cannot get anything done. They are not aware that their malaise is exacerbated by their inability to discriminate and process their core emotions.