Ruminative thinking style and the MMPI-2-RF
Rumination is a stable style of thinking marked by repetitive, recurrent, intrusive and uncontrollable thoughts. Rumination is established as a key variable in the development and maintenance of depressed mood and is related to many other psychological and behavioural phenomena. Until now, much of the research into rumination and personality has been limited to neuroticism and has focused on depressive rumination. This study expands on this research by using a more appropriate measure of...[Show more]
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