Reducing specificity of autobiographical memory in nonclinical participants: The role of rumination and schematic models.

@article{Watkins2006ReducingSO,
  title={Reducing specificity of autobiographical memory in nonclinical participants: The role of rumination and schematic models.},
  author={Edward Watkins and Cristina Ramponi and Philip J. Barnard},
  journal={Cognition & emotion},
  year={2006},
  volume={20 3-4},
  pages={328-50}
}
Two experiments are reported in which nondysphoric participants, not prone to excessive levels of rumination in everyday life, were asked to retrieve autobiographical memories using the Williams and Broadbent ( 1986 ) procedure (AMT). In the first experiment, two variants of a self-related category fluency task were interleaved among sets of autobiographical memory cues. In one variant (blocked) a normal model of analytic rumination was induced by grouping prompts on a single superordinate… CONTINUE READING
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