抑うつ的反すうを促す反すうする利益に関する信念の内容 [in Japanese] Beliefs about Advantages of Rumination Lead to Depressive Rumination [in Japanese]
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This study investigated beliefs leading to depressive rumination. Undergraduate students (<i>N</i>=155) completed the Positive Beliefs about Depressive Rumination Questionnaire (PBDRQ), the Positive Beliefs about Rumination Scale (PBRS), and a scale of depressive rumination. The PBRS scores were positively correlated with the scale of depressive rumination, but the “Improvement of Problem Solving Ability” and “Promotion of Emotional Regulation” scores of the PBDRQ were not. The results suggest that the beliefs that rumination facilitates understanding of themselves and situations, as measured on the PBRS, were most related to depressive rumination.
- The Japanese Journal of Personality
The Japanese Journal of Personality 18(3), 248-251, 2010
Japan Society of Personality Psychology