Responses to Positive Affect in Daily Life: Positive Rumination and Dampening Moderate the Association Between Daily Events and Depressive Symptoms

@article{Li2017ResponsesTP,
  title={Responses to Positive Affect in Daily Life: Positive Rumination and Dampening Moderate the Association Between Daily Events and Depressive Symptoms},
  author={Y Irina Li and Lisa R Starr and Rachel Hershenberg},
  journal={Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment},
  year={2017},
  volume={39},
  pages={412-425}
}
Depressive rumination has been strongly linked to the development and maintenance of depression; however, less attention has been paid to ruminative processes in response to positive affect, and fewer have examined these processes in daily life. The current study sought to address these gaps by exploring depressive rumination and two forms of responses to positive affect, dampening and positive rumination, under ecologically valid conditions using daily diary methodology. One hundred fifty… Expand
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