How brooding minds inhibit negative material: An event-related fMRI study

@article{Vanderhasselt2013HowBM,
  title={How brooding minds inhibit negative material: An event-related fMRI study},
  author={M. -A. Vanderhasselt and Chris Baeken and Peter Van Schuerbeek and Rob Luypaert and Rudi De Raedt},
  journal={Brain and Cognition},
  year={2013},
  volume={81},
  pages={352-359}
}
Depressive brooding - a passive ruminative focus on one's problems, negative mood and their consequences - is a thinking style that places individuals at a greater risk to develop future psychopathology. In this study, we investigated whether inter-individual differences in depressive brooding are related to neural differences underlying the inhibition of a dominant response towards negative information in favor of the concurrent (positive) response. To exclude the possibility that information… CONTINUE READING

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