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Rumination Reconsidered: A Psychometric Analysis
In an attempt to eliminate similar item content as an alternative explanation for the relation between depression and rumination, a secondary analysis was conducted using the data from S.Expand
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Rethinking Rumination
The response styles theory (Nolen-Hoeksema, 1991) was proposed to explain the insidious relationship between rumination and depression. We review the aspects of the response styles theory that haveExpand
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The role of rumination in depressive disorders and mixed anxiety/depressive symptoms.
Several studies have shown that people who engage in ruminative responses to depressive symptoms have higher levels of depressive symptoms over time, after accounting for baseline levels ofExpand
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Explaining the gender difference in depressive symptoms.
It was hypothesized that women are more vulnerable to depressive symptoms than men because they are more likely to experience chronic negative circumstances (or strain), to have a low sense ofExpand
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Sex differences in depression
Women are twice as likely as men to experience protracted sadness, apathy, low self-esteem, and other symptoms of depression. How can we account for this sex difference? Several explanations haveExpand
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Cognitive Inflexibility Among Ruminators and Nonruminators
Dysphoric people who ruminate about their negative mood experience longer and more intense depressive episodes, yet often persist in ruminating. This study investigated whether a ruminative copingExpand
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A Heuristic for Developing Transdiagnostic Models of Psychopathology
Transdiagnostic models of psychopathology are increasingly prominent because they focus on fundamental processes underlying multiple disorders, help to explain comorbidity among disorders, and mayExpand
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Are two interventions worse than none? Joint primary and secondary prevention of eating disorders in college females.
Prevention programs for eating disorders attempt to simultaneously prevent new cases from arising (primary prevention) and encourage students who already have symptoms to seek early treatmentExpand
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Dissociating medial frontal and posterior cingulate activity during self-reflection.
Motivationally significant agendas guide perception, thought and behaviour, helping one to define a 'self' and to regulate interactions with the environment. To investigate neural correlates ofExpand
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Loss and Meaning
People who have lost a loved one often try to make some meaning of their loss. The authors explore the ways people try to make meaning of loss, the factors that predict difficulty in making meaning,Expand
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