Depression and rumination: relation to components of inhibition.

  title={Depression and rumination: relation to components of inhibition.},
  author={Ulrike Zetsche and Catherine D'Avanzato and Jutta Joormann},
  journal={Cognition & emotion},
  volume={26 4},
BACKGROUND Recent research has demonstrated that depressed individuals show impairments in inhibiting irrelevant emotional material, and that these impairments are linked to rumination. Cognitive inhibition, however, is not a unitary construct but consists of several components which operate at different stages of information processing. The present study was designed to assess two components of inhibition and examine their relation to depression and rumination in a sample of clinically… CONTINUE READING
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