Psihologie comportamentala

Remember me on this computer. In the current study, we examined whether stress, negative affect, and rumination are predictors of social anxiety symptoms. Skip to main content.

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Self-reported stress, negative affect, rumination and social anxiety were measured.

We examined the capacity of a measure of ruminative disposition to predict both attentional biases to negative exam-related information, and state anxiety, in students approaching a mid-term exam. Also, this study provides insights for developing prevention interventions in social anxiety disorder. Help Center Find new research papers in: Ads help cover our server costs. In the current study, we examined whether stress, negative affect, and rumination are predictors of social anxiety symptoms.

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Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. Despite the fact that some studies have proposed a relationship between rumination and social anxiety, more data is needed to draw clear Despite the fact that some studies have proposed a relationship between rumination and social anxiety, more data is needed comportzmentala draw clear conclusions.

This study investigated the hypothesis that ccomportamentala impact of ruminative disposition on stress reactivity is carried by an attentional bias reflecting impaired attentional disengagement from negative information.

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Ruminative disposition also predicted biased attentional disengagement from, but not biased attentional engagement with, negative information. Both rumination and stress significantly predicted social anxiety, but negative affect was no longer a predictor when rumination was included in the predictive model.

The mediating role of impaired attentional disengagement from negative information. Moreover, there is a need for research aiming to find the mechanisms involved in the rumination-social anxiety relation.

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Also, we tested if rumination mediates the relationship between stress and social anxiety on the one hand, and negative affect and social anxiety on the other. Importantly, biased attentional compotramentala from negative information mediated the relation between ruminative disposition and state anxiety.

However, the cognitive mechanisms through which ruminative disposition influences stress reactivity are not yet fully understood.

Rumination is a maladaptive form of repetitive thinking that enhances stress responses, and heightened disposition to engage in rumination may contribute to the onset and persistence of stress-related osihologie. Results showed that stress and negative affect are predictors of both rumination and social anxiety. Remember me on this computer.

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Rumination is a vulnerability factor involved in the development of depression and anxiety. As expected, ruminative disposition predicted state anxiety, over and above the level predicted by trait anxiety. Skip to main content.

Prediction of pre-exam state anxiety from ruminative disposition: Log In Sign Up. This study provides evidence that rumination is involved in the relationship between stress and social anxiety and negative affect and social anxiety. These findings confirm that dispositional rumination is associated with difficulty disengaging attention from negative information, and suggest that this attentional bias may be one of the mechanisms through which ruminative disposition influences stress reactivity.

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