Relationships between depressive rumination, anger rumination, and borderline personality features.

@article{Baer2011RelationshipsBD,
  title={Relationships between depressive rumination, anger rumination, and borderline personality features.},
  author={Ruth Baer and Shannon E. Sauer},
  journal={Personality disorders},
  year={2011},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={
          142-50
        }
}
We examined relationships between depressive rumination, anger rumination, and features of borderline personality disorder in a sample of 93 students with a wide range of borderline symptoms. All completed self-report measures of borderline features; trait-level negative affect; depressive and anger rumination; and current symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress. Depressive and anger rumination were strongly associated with borderline features after controlling for comorbid symptoms of… 

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