Self-evaluative and emotion processes linked with brooding rumination among adolescents.

  title={Self-evaluative and emotion processes linked with brooding rumination among adolescents.},
  author={Rebecca A Burwell},
  journal={Journal of adolescence},
Rumination has been linked with a number of deleterious outcomes, though relatively little is known about self-evaluative and emotion processes by which it develops. The current investigation uses a prospective, longitudinal design and self-report measures to examine the role of contingent self-worth, perfectionism, negative emotion beliefs, and suppression of negative emotion in predicting the development of brooding and reflective forms of rumination among 168 adolescents (98 girls, 79.6… CONTINUE READING
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