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Frequency of rumination appears to differ according to gender (Grant, Lyons, Finkelstein, Conway, Reynolds, O'Koon, et al.
In this experiment, we aimed to induce offense-focused rumination by adapting instructions for a negatively focused writing condition in a study of the victim perspective by McCullough, Root, and Cohen (2006).
But sometimes, rumination becomes unproductive or even detrimental to making good life choices.
The concept of troubled ruminations about parents, therefore, may be helpful to counselors who work with emerging adults.
When moderator, Ben Lambert, president and founder of Eastdil Realty, began the proceedings by asking the seemingly innocent question of where the current real estate boom sits as compared to the market's cyclic peaks and valleys of the past, a panel of Manhattan real estate veterans answered with enough ruminations of caution to last nearly the entire session.
This phenomenon has shown up online in blogs (short for Web logs), the Internet-based journals of writings, ruminations and ramblings created by writers both well known and, well, obscure.
Now in a new edition with a foreword by Bill Wittliff, From A Limestone Ledge: Some Essays And Other Ruminations About Country Life In Texas is a collection of the writings of Texas author and freelance writer John Graves.
Currently unemployed, I milk about 12 goats, make cheese nearly every other day, do all the usual goat related chores and publish Ruminations, the Nigerian Dwarf and Mini Dairy Goat Magazine.
Fulton, "The Plight of Part-timers in Higher Education: Some Ruminations and Suggestions" in Change, Vol.
The language of Catholic philosophers has, from their earliest ruminations, bristled with words such as rights, justice, dignity, freedom, equality, and so on.
Road trips galore in this one--Louisville, Northwest, Arizona, tons of East Coast coverage, ruminations on the demise of Stone Edge, some characters you might recognize and a bunch you will never meet.
Here he's in Brussels, and ruminations include whether Tintin is a gay icon (all that hanging around with men with big moustaches and sailors), and the reason behind the famous Manekin-Pis sculpture.