Nolen Hoeksema (2000)

IB Psychology: Nolen Hoeksema (2000)

Nolen-Hoeksema (2000) found that both men and women who ruminate more following the loss of loved ones are more likely to become depressed and to suffer longer and more severe depression than those who ruminate less. According to the researcher, rumination appears to more consistently predict the onset of depression rather than the duration, but rumination in combination with negative cognitive styles can predict the...

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