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A standard laboratory procedure for investigating the role of rumination is inducing an abstract, ruminative thinking style versus a concrete, non-ruminative thinking style after a stressor.
She says ruminative thinking that accompanies clinical depression has been shown to impair thinking and problem-solving, according to an article in the University of Virginia magazine.
Ruminative reflective rich in selfmocking resonances, Salman's spy in Ek Tha Tiger is a remarkably restrained and expressive character.
This is true, no doubt, but, for me, this analysis gave these entertainments a ruminative quality that their blockbuster surfaces do not justify.
The days of Best Mate's three Gold Cups are gone but are not forgotten, nor will they ever be whenever gaffers and jumps fans gather over a ruminative pint or six and talk of Cheltenhams past.
This ruminative thinking can be either passive and maladaptive (i.
Hormonal factors, low perceived mastery, or a ruminative response style characteristic of females in this age group might be responsible, Dr.
The ruminative spirit of Your Face Tomorrow is incarnated at the formal level in sentences that wind, wend, and sprawl.
Here, particularly the contemplative and ruminative nine-minute adagio in the Piano Quartet of 1942 is played with great empathy, quietly, in a fully lived unending calm and with undemonstrative gravity.
ruminative thinking), all of which can lead to depression and suicidal ideation.
He poured some tea for them both out of a steaming kettle and sat across from her, merry, his jaw thrusting after his eggs and toast in a ruminative fashion as he watched her drink.
Utilizing Hypnosis in Addressing Ruminative Depression-Related Insomnia.
At other points, Sawday's claims can feel a little too speculative or ruminative, as though the associative style of the lecture hall had momentarily spilled into the book.
A more ruminative rhythm, created in part through the use of monosyllables, and coupled with sibilants in the last two lines (like the hiss of foam on a rocky beach) softens the poet's observation even more.
When the two forces finally come into conflict, with the hotheaded Preston firing a kill shot against orders that seals his cavalry's fate, the book takes an audacious turn, and what had been a restrained, ruminative narrative erupts into a second act of such unrelenting violence that the reader is almost compelled to turn away.