Rumination and Depression
Rumination Reconsidered
An Empirical Test of a Clinical Metacognitive Model of Rumination and Depression1
Negative Cognitive Styles and Stress-Reactive Rumination Interact to Predict Depression
The Role of Thought Suppression in Depressive Rumination
Dysphoric Rumination Impairs Concentration on Academic Tasks
The Effects of Rumination and Distraction Tasks on Psychophysiological Responses and Mood in Dysphoric and Nondysphoric Individuals
Gender Differences in the Relationship between Emotional Regulation and Depressive Symptoms
Do the Seconds Turn Into Hours? Relationships between Sustained Pupil Dilation in Response to Emotional Information and Self-Reported Rumination