Rumination and postnatal depression: A systematic review and a cognitive model

@inproceedings{DeJong2016RuminationAP,
  title={Rumination and postnatal depression: A systematic review and a cognitive model},
  author={Hannah DeJong and E Fox and Alan R Stein},
  booktitle={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2016}
}
Postnatal depression (PND) confers risk for a range of negative child developmental outcomes, at least in part through its impact on parenting behaviour. Whilst the behavioural effects of depression on parenting are well established, the cognitive mechanisms that may mediate this effect are less well understood. The current paper proposes that rumination may be a key cognitive mechanism through which parenting is affected in PND, and provides a systematic review of the existing literature on… CONTINUE READING
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