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rumination

[‚rü·mə′nā·shən]
(medicine)
Voluntary regurgitation of food from the stomach, followed by remastication and swallowing in emotionally or mentally disturbed persons. Also known as merycism.
(physiology)
Regurgitation and remastication of food in preparation for true digestion in ruminants.
(psychology)
An obsessional preoccupation with a single idea or system of ideas.
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Emotional styles of coping are hypothesised to predict the negative beliefs about rumination. In females especially, emotional coping is found to be high, making them emotionally vulnerable.14 Metaworry mediates the relationship between emotion-oriented coping and negative beliefs about rumination, as, according to Papageorgiou and Wells11 negative beliefs about rumination are associated with perseverative negative thinking.12 Literature has scarcely addressed the mediating role of metaworry, and, there is a need to identify this gap to facilitate the existing explanation of relationships between variables of self-regulatory executive functions model.
The alpha values of subscale intrusive rumination were 0.87 and subscale deliberate rumination was 0.89.
Using cognitive behavior therapy (Beck, 2011), for example, counselors could evaluate clients' tendencies toward self-reflection and self-rumination and help them end the vicious cycle of rumination by recognizing the underlying assumptions that maintain and exaggerate the rumination process.
Rumination refers to be preoccupied by thinking on the feelings and thoughts generated by the negative situation.
'The profile of depression-associated language markers is nuanced, covering emotional (sadness, depressed mood), interpersonal (hostility, loneliness), and cognitive (self-focus, rumination) processes, which previous research has established as congruent with the determinants and consequences of depression,' the study read.
The behavioral variables studied were feeding time, rumination time, and time spent performing other activities.
"Prospective Associations of Co rumination with Friendship and Emotional Adjustment: Considering the Socioemotional Trade-offs of Co-rumination." Developmental Psychology 43(July): 1019-31.
Keywords: posttraumatic growth, rumination, social support, stroke
The studied behavioral variables were feeding time, rumination time, and time spent on other activities (rest, water intake, interactions).
What is rumination, and why should it be linked to Self-Esteem for Maori?
Rumination can induce and worsen or prolong depressive symptoms (Lyubomirsky, Layous, Chancellor, & Nelson, 2015) because it forces individuals to focus on their negative mood, isolate themselves, and continually ponder frustrating problems (Riihimaki et al., 2016).