The impact of mood on the endorsement of rumination: an exploration of the association between cognitive biases and behaviour
Reliable and robust methods of assessment are crucial to best practise within research and clinical settings. Although there are a number of benefits associated with the use of self-report questionnaires there is cause to examine how accurately they measure the frequency and content of mental processes. In particular, little attention has been paid to the potential influence of mood to effect endorsement behaviour. The existence of mood related variation in response styles would represent a...[Show more]
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