Do sex differences in rumination explain sex differences in depression

Tracey J. Shors
Tracey J. Shors
Emma M. Millon
Emma M. Millon
Han Yan M. Chang
Han Yan M. Chang

Journal of Neuroscience Research, pp. 711-718, 2017.

Cited by: 8|Bibtex|Views1|DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/jnr.23976
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Abstract:

It is generally accepted that women tend to ruminate more than men do and these thought patterns are often associated with depressive symptoms (Nolen-Hoeksema et al., 1999). Based on these findings, we considered whether the relationship between rumination and depression is stronger in women than in men and if so, whether this might expla...More

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