Washington: People suffering from depression are more likely to set abstract goals that are difficult to achieve, a study has suggested.A study conducted by Dr Joanne Dickson, University of Liverpool, Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, analysed the lists of personal goals made by people who suffered with depression and those who didn`t.The participants were asked to list goals they would like to achieve at any time in the short, medium or long-term.The goals were categorised for their specificity - for example a global or abstract goal such as, `to be happy` would represent a general goal, whereas, a goal such as `improve my 5-mile marathon time this summer` would represent a more specific goal.
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