How ruminative thinking styles lead to dysfunctional cognitions: evidence from a mediation model.

@article{Vanderhasselt2012HowRT,
  title={How ruminative thinking styles lead to dysfunctional cognitions: evidence from a mediation model.},
  author={M A Vanderhasselt and Rudi De Raedt},
  journal={Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry},
  year={2012},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={910-4}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Dysfunctional attitudes and a ruminative thinking style are of utmost clinical importance because they are found to be crucially implicated in depression vulnerability. In this study, based on the Diathesis-Stress model (Beck, 1967) and the Differential Activation Hypothesis (Teasdale, 1988), we investigated whether inter-individual differences in a ruminative thinking style would be related to the development of depressive symptoms, leading to the activation of… CONTINUE READING

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