Increased attentional control for emotional distractors moderates the use of reflective pondering in times of life stress: A prospective study


According to the response-styles theory, rumination is a cognitive response to a stressor with repetitive and self-focused attention on a negative mood state. The attentional disengagement theory (Koster, De Lissnyder, Derakhshan, & De Raedt, 2011) highlights that attentional processes are critical underlying individual differences in ruminative thinking… (More)


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