All Relations between emotion and brooding

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Kenichi Asan. Emotion Processing and the Role of Compassion in Psychotherapy from the Perspective of Multiple Selves and the Compassionate Self. Case reports in psychiatry. vol 2019. 2020-10-01. PMID:30723566. clients tend to suffer from maladaptive emotions, which contribute to states of confusion, rumination, and stagnation. 2020-10-01 2023-08-13 Not clear
Matthew A Scult, David M Fresco, Faith M Gunning, Conor Liston, Saren H Seeley, Emmanuel Garc\\xc3\\xada, Douglas S Menni. Changes in Functional Connectivity Following Treatment With Emotion Regulation Therapy. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience. vol 13. 2020-09-29. PMID:30778290. emotion regulation therapy (ert) is an efficacious treatment for distress disorders (i.e., depression and anxiety), predicated on a conceptual model wherein difficult to treat distress arises from intense emotionality (e.g., neuroticism, dispositional negativity) and is prolonged by negative self-referentiality (e.g., worry, rumination). 2020-09-29 2023-08-13 Not clear
Karina Quevedo, Jia Yuan Teoh, Maggie Engstrom, Riley Wedan, Carmen Santana-Gonzalez, Betanya Zewde, David Porter, Kathrin Cohen Kados. Amygdala Circuitry During Neurofeedback Training and Symptoms' Change in Adolescents With Varying Depression. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience. vol 14. 2020-09-28. PMID:32774244. the resulting emotion dysregulation and self-focused rumination make adolescents more susceptible to depression and suicide attempts. 2020-09-28 2023-08-13 Not clear
Alice-Beatrice Prefit, Diana Mirela C\\xc3\\xa2ndea, Aurora Szentagotai-T\\xc4\\x83ta. Emotion regulation across eating pathology: A meta-analysis. Appetite. vol 143. 2020-09-25. PMID:31479694. rumination, avoidance of emotions, and suppression also showed large associations with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. 2020-09-25 2023-08-13 Not clear
Ilya Yaroslavsky, Skye C Napolitano, Christopher M Franc. Ruminative responses to interpersonal precipitants mediate borderline personality disorder features' effects on distress reactivity and recovery in daily life. Journal of clinical psychology. vol 75. issue 12. 2020-09-02. PMID:31392728. we tested whether negative interpersonal events (nies) precipitate rumination at times of distress in the daily lives of those with borderline personality disorder (bpd) features and whether such responses mediate associations between bpd and the reactivity and recovery components of emotion dysregulation. 2020-09-02 2023-08-13 Not clear
Tracy M Stewart, Simon C Hunter, Sin\\xc3\\xa9ad M Rhode. Reflective pondering is associated with executive control for emotional information: An adolescent prospective study. Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry. vol 65. 2020-08-17. PMID:31323529. a prospective design was used to investigate the relationship between brooding rumination and reflective pondering and executive control for emotional and non-emotional material in adolescence, whilst controlling for the effects of depression and anxiety symptoms. 2020-08-17 2023-08-13 Not clear
Paola Bonifacci, Valentina Tobia, Vanessa Marra, Lorenzo Desideri, Roberto Baiocco, Cristina Ottavian. Rumination and Emotional Profile in Children with Specific Learning Disorders and Their Parents. International journal of environmental research and public health. vol 17. issue 2. 2020-08-17. PMID:31936140. rumination and emotional profile in children with specific learning disorders and their parents. 2020-08-17 2023-08-13 Not clear
Elizabeth T Kneeland, John F Dovidi. Emotion malleability beliefs and coping with the college transition. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). vol 20. issue 3. 2020-06-22. PMID:30702309. students' beliefs that emotions were more malleable at the beginning of the semester predicted less depression at the end of the semester through greater use of cognitive reappraisal and less use of rumination. 2020-06-22 2023-08-13 Not clear
Alvaro Sanchez-Lopez, Ernst H W Koster, Jill Van Put, Rudi De Raed. Attentional disengagement from emotional information predicts future depression via changes in ruminative brooding: A five-month longitudinal eye-tracking study. Behaviour research and therapy. vol 118. 2020-06-09. PMID:30953952. attentional disengagement from emotional information predicts future depression via changes in ruminative brooding: a five-month longitudinal eye-tracking study. 2020-06-09 2023-08-13 Not clear
Anke W Bl\\xc3\\xb6te, P Michiel Westenber. The temporal association between emotional clarity and depression symptoms in adolescents. Journal of adolescence. vol 71. 2020-03-30. PMID:30685515. additionally, we tested the role of rumination as a mediator of the links between depression symptoms and emotional clarity. 2020-03-30 2023-08-13 Not clear
Shuzhen Gan, Shuang Chen, Xiangrong She. The emotion regulation effect of cognitive control is related to depressive state through the mediation of rumination: An ERP study. PloS one. vol 14. issue 11. 2020-03-23. PMID:31730628. these findings shed light on the mechanisms underlying the association between the function of cognitive control in emotion generation and depressive symptoms and indicated a pathway from the regulatory efficacy of cognitive control to depression via rumination. 2020-03-23 2023-08-13 human
Hilary L DeShong, DeMond M Grant, Stephanie N Mullins-Sweat. Precursors of the emotional cascade model of borderline personality disorder: The role of neuroticism, childhood emotional vulnerability, and parental invalidation. Personality disorders. vol 10. issue 4. 2020-03-09. PMID:30896201. the emotional cascade model proposes that the emotional instability and engagement in maladaptive behaviors within borderline personality disorder (bpd) may be linked to rumination. 2020-03-09 2023-08-13 Not clear
Jong-Sun Le. Perceived social support functions as a resilience in buffering the impact of trauma exposure on PTSD symptoms via intrusive rumination and entrapment in firefighters. PloS one. vol 14. issue 8. 2020-03-06. PMID:31374563. the present study tests a resilience model of trauma using risk (rumination, emotion regulation, and entrapment) and protective (perceived social support) factors in a sample of firefighters who are at heightened risk for post-traumatic stress disorder, using a cross-sectional design. 2020-03-06 2023-08-13 Not clear
Elizabeth J Lewis, Ivan Blanco, Hannah Raila, Jutta Joorman. Does repetitive negative thinking affect attention? Differential effects of worry and rumination on attention to emotional stimuli. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). vol 19. issue 8. 2020-02-19. PMID:30714778. worry and rumination, two cardinal responses to emotional events, are key for maintaining negative emotion and have been implicated in the etiology and maintenance of anxiety and depressive disorders. 2020-02-19 2023-08-13 human
Joakim A Gavazzeni, Tom Andersson, Karolina S\\xc3\\xb6rman, Marianne Kristiansso. Psychometric Properties of the Swedish Version of the Brief Repetitive Thinking Questionnaire (RTQ-10): An Internet-Based Study on Degrees of Affective Symptoms and Levels of Distress. Psychopathology. vol 52. issue 4. 2020-01-23. PMID:31480069. repetitive negative thinking (rnt) is reported in a wide variety of emotional disorders, although it is most often associated with either depression or anxiety disorders, assessed as symptoms of rumination and worry. 2020-01-23 2023-08-13 Not clear
Bao-Juan Li, Karl Friston, Maria Mody, Hua-Ning Wang, Hong-Bing Lu, De-Wen H. A brain network model for depression: From symptom understanding to disease intervention. CNS neuroscience & therapeutics. vol 24. issue 11. 2019-10-11. PMID:29931740. elevated connectivity of a ventral limbic affective network appears to be associated with excessive negative mood (dysphoria) in the patients; decreased connectivity of a frontal-striatal reward network has been suggested to account for loss of interest, motivation, and pleasure (anhedonia); enhanced default mode network connectivity seems to be associated with depressive rumination; and diminished connectivity of a dorsal cognitive control network is thought to underlie cognitive deficits especially ineffective top-down control of negative thoughts and emotions in depressed patients. 2019-10-11 2023-08-13 Not clear
Adriana Del Palacio-Gonzalez, Dorthe Berntse. The tendency for experiencing involuntary future and past mental time travel is robustly related to thought suppression: an exploratory study. Psychological research. vol 83. issue 4. 2019-08-05. PMID:30569386. findings from studies 1 and 2 showed that higher thought suppression consistently predicted both more frequent involuntary past and future mtt across an american and a danish sample, whereas rumination and emotion regulation were less consistently related to involuntary mtt. 2019-08-05 2023-08-13 Not clear
Margaux Le Borgne, Abdel Halim Boudoukha, Audrey Petit, Yves Roquelaur. Chronic low back pain and the transdiagnostic process: How do cognitive and emotional dysregulations contribute to the intensity of risk factors and pain? Scandinavian journal of pain. vol 17. 2019-03-25. PMID:28919156. based on a transdiagnostic approach, this study assesses the impact of cognitive and emotional processes (difficulties in emotional regulation, impulsiveness, rumination and somatosensory amplification) on the psychological risk factors of chronic low-back pain. 2019-03-25 2023-08-13 Not clear
Lucy McGuirk, Peter Kuppens, Rosemary Kingston, Brock Bastia. Does a culture of happiness increase rumination over failure? Emotion (Washington, D.C.). vol 18. issue 5. 2019-01-18. PMID:28714701. in study 2, we drew on cross-sectional evidence to investigate the other side of this equation, finding that emphasizing the importance of not experiencing negative emotional states (e.g., depression and anxiety) was also associated with increased rumination, and that this had downstream consequences for well-being. 2019-01-18 2023-08-13 Not clear
Johannes C Eichstaedt, Robert J Smith, Raina M Merchant, Lyle H Ungar, Patrick Crutchley, Daniel Preo\\xc5\\xa3iuc-Pietro, David A Asch, H Andrew Schwart. Facebook language predicts depression in medical records. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 115. issue 44. 2018-12-11. PMID:30322910. we found that language predictors of depression include emotional (sadness), interpersonal (loneliness, hostility), and cognitive (preoccupation with the self, rumination) processes. 2018-12-11 2023-08-13 Not clear