Adjustment trade-offs of co-rumination in mother-adolescent relationships.

@article{Waller2010AdjustmentTO,
  title={Adjustment trade-offs of co-rumination in mother-adolescent relationships.},
  author={Erika M Waller and Amanda J. Rose},
  journal={Journal of adolescence},
  year={2010},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={487-97}
}
The current study examined co-rumination (i.e., extensively discussing, rehashing, and speculating about problems) in the context of mother-adolescent relationships. Fifth-, eighth-, and eleventh-graders (N=516) reported on co-rumination and more normative self-disclosure with mothers, their relationships with mothers, and their own internalizing symptoms. A subset of mothers (N=200) reported on mother-adolescent co-rumination and self-disclosure. Results from the adolescent-report data… CONTINUE READING

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