Don't start what you can't stop: differentiating individual differences in ruminative onset and ruminative persistence, and their contributions to dysphoria.


There is much evidence to suggest that rumination and dysphoria share a close relationship. The tendency to ruminate is considered a stable individual difference, reflecting variation in repetitive thoughts concerning the causes and consequences of distress. In the present study, we evaluated the veracity of a proposed distinction between 2 hypothetical… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0033876


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