Neuroticism and Ruminative Response Style as Predictors of Change in Depressive Symptomatology

@article{Nolan2004NeuroticismAR,
  title={Neuroticism and Ruminative Response Style as Predictors of Change in Depressive Symptomatology},
  author={Susan A. Nolan and J. Roberts and I. Gotlib},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={445-455}
}
Several investigations have demonstrated thatneuroticism and ruminative response style are associatedwith increased risk for depression. The current studyexamined the effects of neuroticism and ruminative response style on changes in depressivesymptoms over an 8- to 10-week interval. Analysesindicated that the effects of neuroticism and ruminativeresponse style were moderated by initial level ofdepressive symptomatology. Specifically, neuroticism andruminative response style predicted changes… Expand
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