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  • Chinese Patent Medicine Powder Xielian

    2021-6-18 · XieLiAn can be used if the following symptoms occur: Diarrhea Decreased rumination Epidemic diarrhea. Reduced appetite Thirsty Damp heat diarrhea. Posted by shmuker June 18, 2021 Posted in Chinese Patent Medicine Powder Post navigation. Previous Post Previous post: FuShuiGanShenKang.

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  • Does Rumination Function as a Longitudinal Mediator ...

    Although concurrent associations among dispositional mindfulness, rumination, and depression have been identified, lacking is a study that longitudinally examines the relationships among these three constructs in a non-clinical sample of adults. We specifically sought to determine whether rumination mediates the expected negative association between mindfulness and depressive symptoms across …

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  • The form and function of depressive rumination |

    Abstract Rumination is a symptom of depression that refers to intense, distraction-resistant thinking. Although rumination is widely considered maladaptive, the analytical rumination hypothesis (ARH) proposes that rumination is an adaptive cognitive process where depression first promotes rumination on the causes of problems ('causal analysis'), which in turn promotes rumination on solving ...

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  • Malleability of rumination: An exploratory model of

    2020-6-17 · Specifically, the AO group reported decreased rumination over time until approximately one year, as reflected in the significant group-by-time term, F(1, 168.78) = 9.32, p = .003. The quadratic interaction indicates an increase of rumination after one year as reflected in the significant group-by-time-by-time term, F (1, 167.95) = 9.01, p = .003.

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  • Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual ...

    2015-6-23 · Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual prefrontal cortex activation Gregory N. Bratmana,1, J. Paul Hamiltonb, Kevin S. Hahnc, Gretchen C. Dailyd,e,1, and James J. Grossc aEmmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305; bLaureate Institute for Brain Research, School of Community Medicine, Tulsa, OK 74136; …

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  • Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual ...

    Identification of this problem relies on assessing rumen function as part of the evaluation and treatment of anorexic cows affected by any of a variety of diseases. Rumen function is decreased, rumination absent, and with chronicity the rumen is underfilled. Fecal production …

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  • Rumen Motility - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Rumination is an important aspect of rumen function and animal welfare. However, there is a paucity of information regarding rumination behavior and diurnal patterns among grazing dairy cows of different breeds, genetic merits and ages managed under intensive grazing systems. An observational study was conducted to explore these potential ...

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  • A note on rumination behavior of dairy cows under ...

    Objectives Major depressive disorder is a significant mental illness that is highly likely to recur, particularly after three or more previous episodes. Increased mindfulness and decreased ruminati...

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  • Does rumination mediate the relationship between ...

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  • DECREASED COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING IN DEPRESSION:

    2017-5-31 · COGNITION AND RUMINATION IN DEPRESSION 2 Abstract Past research has found that depression is associated with both increased rumination and decreased memory ability. Some researchers think that rumination may increase cognitive load and consequently might impair memory ability directly. The purpose of the present

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  • How Rumination Monitoring Can Help Livestock

    2018-12-10 · On average, dairy cows ruminate 500 ±100 min a day. A drop in rumination time can indicate problems with dairy cow health, like low feed intake or decreased rumen function. By using smart technology that closely monitors rumination patterns, you can diagnose diseases early and build a more effective treatment and recovery plan.

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  • Understanding Rumination and Technologies to

    2019-7-14 · Rumen Physiology and Rumination. The rumen is a fermentation vat par excellance, providing an anaerobic environment, constant temperature and pH, and good mixing.Well-masticated substrates are delivered through the esophagus on a regular schedule, and fermentation products are either absorbed in the rumen itself or flow out for further digestion and absorption downstream.

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  • Rumen Physiology and Rumination - vivo.colostate.edu

    2021-4-9 · While the capacity to respond and interact with external sensory stimuli constitutes a vital function of the brain, the ability to focus on one's self and disengage from external stimulation can be just as vital, but is far less studied (Suedfeld & Kristeller, 1982), and can be quite difficult for most to accomplish on their own, even over ...

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  • Taking the body off the mind: Decreased functional ...

    2015-4-20 · reflection. Self-rumination is proposed as a maladaptive type defined as negative and chronic self-focus moti-vated by threat, loss, and injustice to the self. Previous studies showed links between self -rumination and unco n-structive outcomes such as exacerbated depression (Takano & Tanno, 2009, decreased subjective happiness )

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  • Mediating Role of Decentering in the Associations

    2015-7-22 · Current research indicates that both rumination and low mindfulness are implicated in the development and maintenance of borderline personality disorder (BPD) symptoms, yet no research to date has synthesized these findings into one model. In this study, we examined the mediating interplay between BPD symptoms, rumination levels, and low engagement in mindfulness.

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  • Rumination, Mindfulness, and Borderline Personality ...

    2019-8-19 · behavioral sciences Article Attentional Control in Bilingualism: An Exploration of the E ects of Trait Anxiety and Rumination on Inhibition Julia Ouzia 1,2,*, Peter Bright 2,3 and Roberto Filippi 1,2 1 Department of Psychology and Human Development, Institute of Education, University College London, Institute of Education, Department of Psychology and Human Development, London WC1E 6BT, UK

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  • Attentional Control in Bilingualism: An Exploration of the ...

    2021-1-14 · Arffa, S. The relationship of intelligence to executive function and non-executive function measures in a sample of average, above average, and gifted youth. Arch. Clin. Neuropsychol. 22, 969 ...

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  • Frontiers | Dysfunctional Metacognitive Beliefs Are ...

    2014-3-5 · produce sufficient saliva for good rumen function because the length of chop may be highly variable. Corn silage is often chopped too finely at harvest. Heinrichs et al. (1999) and Rippel et al. (1997) have reported that forage particle size can also be decreased …

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  • What Is Rumination | Possible Treatment Interventions

    2021-4-23 · [59]. One function of inhibitory control is its ability to modulate negative affective processes, including rumination [46, 60, 61]. Consistent with a CCN disruption hypothesis of elevated rumination, rs-fMRI studies have reported that disrupted/elevated DMN-CCN connectivity (and decreased within CCN connectivity) is associated with increased ru-

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  • The Role of Fiber in Ruminant Ration Formulation

    OBJECTIVES Major depressive disorder is a significant mental illness that is highly likely to recur, particularly after three or more previous episodes. Increased mindfulness and decreased rumination have both been associated with decreased depressive relapse. The aim of this study was to investigate whether rumination mediates the relationship between mindfulness and depressive relapse.

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  • STUDY PROTOCOL Open Access Mechanisms of

    2020-7-27 · In an earlier paper ( Using Rumination Sensors to Monitor Heat Stress in Dairy Cows), the author suggests that daily rumination time decreased by six minutes per day for every one THI unit increase over 60 for high producing Holstein cows housed in a tie-stall barn in southeast Pennsylvania. A German study found that rumination minutes per day ...

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  • [PDF] Does rumination mediate the relationship

    2014-12-3 · “Cognitive Behavioral based Group Psychotherapy focusing on Repetitive Negative Thinking: decreased uncontrollability of rumination is related to brain perfusion increases in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex.” Journal of Psychiatric Research, 2021, 136, 281

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  • Understanding Rumination and Technologies to

    2002-6-1 · There also was a no punching bag control group. People in the rumination group felt angrier than did people in the distraction or control groups. People in the rumination group were also most aggressive, followed respectively by people in the distraction and control groups. Rumination increased rather than decreased anger and aggression.

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  • Understanding Rumination and Technologies to

    2019-4-18 · The process of continuously thinking about the same thoughts is called rumination. A habit of rumination can be dangerous to your mental health, as it can prolong or intensify depression as well ...

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  • What Is Rumination | Possible Treatment Interventions

    2019-2-19 · Rumination reflects cow health and is highly sensitive to the cow’s state of well-being. Cows have reduced rumination time when under acute or chronic stress. Rumination time responds to stressors 12 to 48 hours sooner than traditional measures, such as elevated body temperature, depressed feed intake and decreased milk yield.

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  • Why do we care about rumination? - Progressive Dairy

    2019-6-30 · Regurgitation events had decreased by 70% (P < 0.001). By the end of the 3 biofeedback sessions, postprandial abdominal symptoms were reduced (1.6 score; P < 0.001 vs basal). Further reductions in the number of rumination events during the 6 …

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  • Treatment options for rumination syndrome: A

    2021-4-23 · [59]. One function of inhibitory control is its ability to modulate negative affective processes, including rumination [46, 60, 61]. Consistent with a CCN disruption hypothesis of elevated rumination, rs-fMRI studies have reported that disrupted/elevated DMN-CCN connectivity (and decreased within CCN connectivity) is associated with increased ru-

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  • STUDY PROTOCOL Open Access Mechanisms of

    2021-4-23 · Adolescent-onset depression often results in a chronic and recurrent course, and is associated with worse outcomes relative to adult-onset depression. Targeting habitual depressive rumination, a specific known risk factor for relapse, may improve clinical outcomes for adolescents who have experienced a depressive episode. Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) thus far have …

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  • Understanding Rumination and Technologies to

    2018-8-27 · Behavioral activation administered in 10 weekly 60-minute sessions decreased depressive symptoms, avoidant behaviors, and rumination. Moreover, the Beck Depression Inventory, second version score was 1 at 1-year follow-up. Conclusion: Results of this case study show that behavioral activation is effective without psychotropic medication.

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  • Mechanisms of rumination change in adolescent

    DOI: 10.1037/a0032492 Corpus ID: 2695518. Negative emotional experiences arouse rumination and affect working memory capacity. @article{Curci2013NegativeEE, title={Negative emotional experiences arouse rumination and affect working memory capacity.}, author={A. Curci and T. Lanciano and Emanuela Soleti and B. Rim{'e}}, journal={Emotion}, year={2013}, volume={13 5}, pages={ 867-80 } }

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  • Effects of behavioral activation program without ...

    2019-11-21 · Decreased responsiveness during feeding; ... worsening food or oral aversion or rumination disorder (unintentional regurgitation of undigested food). Aspiration ... balance, pain, activity, function, etc. and prevent regression of the same parameters. Maintenance begins when the therapeutic goals of a treatment plan have been achieved, or when ...

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    2021-5-22 · LBP is significantly associated with high levels of disability, decreased function and participation in life as well as decreased sleep quality and increased depressive symptoms [7–9]. Currently, exercise therapy is the most common conservative treatment for LBP as it is easily accessible and can be individually tailored to patient’s needs ...

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  • Validation of rumination measurement equipment and

    2010-9-7 · rumination was positively correlated with higher milk yield and long daily rumination was also positively correlated with extended the inter-cycle periods. Introduction Rumination is an important constituent of the digestive function in ruminant animals (Murphy et al., 1983) and one of the main functions is physical breakdown of coarse

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  • Why do we care about rumination? - Progressive Dairy

    2019-2-19 · Rumination reflects cow health and is highly sensitive to the cow’s state of well-being. Cows have reduced rumination time when under acute or chronic stress. Rumination time responds to stressors 12 to 48 hours sooner than traditional measures, such as elevated body temperature, depressed feed intake and decreased milk yield.

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  • Treatment options for rumination syndrome: A

    2019-6-30 · Regurgitation events had decreased by 70% (P < 0.001). By the end of the 3 biofeedback sessions, postprandial abdominal symptoms were reduced (1.6 score; P < 0.001 vs basal). Further reductions in the number of rumination events during the 6 …

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  • Rumination on Anger and Sadness in Adolescence:

    2021-6-16 · Rumination on Anger and Sadness in Adolescence: ... Changes in neurological structure and function, cogni-tive systems, and socioemotional processes occur at ... mination was expected to be associated with decreased overt aggression when controlling for anger rumina-tion. In other words, we expected that among individu- ...

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  • Frontiers | Self-Referential Processing, Rumination,

    2013-10-10 · Major depression is associated with a bias toward negative emotional processing and increased self-focus, i.e., the process by which one engages in self-referential processing. The increased self-focus in depression is suggested to be of a persistent, repetitive and self-critical nature, and is conceptualized as ruminative brooding. The role of the medial prefrontal cortex in self-referential ...

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  • Effects of behavioral activation program without ...

    2018-8-27 · Behavioral activation administered in 10 weekly 60-minute sessions decreased depressive symptoms, avoidant behaviors, and rumination. Moreover, the Beck Depression Inventory, second version score was 1 at 1-year follow-up. Conclusion: Results of this case study show that behavioral activation is effective without psychotropic medication.

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  • Understanding Impulsive Aggression: Angry

    2011-3-18 · Four studies identified angry rumination and reduced self-control as mechanisms underlying the provocation—aggression relationship. Following provocation, participants demonstrated decreased self-control on an unpleasant task relative to a control condition (Study 1). When provoked, rumination reduced self-control and increased aggression.

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  • [PDF] Negative emotional experiences arouse

    DOI: 10.1037/a0032492 Corpus ID: 2695518. Negative emotional experiences arouse rumination and affect working memory capacity. @article{Curci2013NegativeEE, title={Negative emotional experiences arouse rumination and affect working memory capacity.}, author={A. Curci and T. Lanciano and Emanuela Soleti and B. Rim{'e}}, journal={Emotion}, year={2013}, volume={13 5}, pages={ 867-80 } }

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  • Dynamic Resting-State Functional Connectivity in Major ...

    2015-12-3 · Dynamic Resting-State Functional Connectivity in Major Depression Roselinde H Kaiser*,1, Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli2, Daniel G Dillon 1, Franziska Goer , Miranda Beltzer , Jared Minkel3,4, Moria Smoski3, Gabriel Dichter4 and Diego A Pizzagalli*,1 1Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, and Center for Depression, Anxiety and Stress Research, McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA,

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  • The Pandemic Changes Your Brain Even if You Don't

    2020-9-12 · Brisk exercise reduces anxiety and rumination and improves depression. If you can’t get outside, exercise at your desk for five or 10 minutes, stretching and moving around.

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  • The Feeding and Ruminating Behaviors of Dairy Cows

    2016-12-13 · rumination response causes a similar quadric change in ruminal pH (Kononoff and Heinrichs, 2003). Altering the particle length of the corn silage did not affect rumination times or ruminal pH (Kononoff et al., 2003). Finally, there was a tendency for rumination to decrease when the physically effective fiber (peNDF) content of a

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  • Determination of altered rumen fermentation by real

    2021-4-30 · Rumination reduces digesta particle size, adds salivary buffers to stabilize rumen pH, and assists in mixing rumen contents. Reduced rumination has a number of negative consequences for the cow including decreased rumen pH and altered rumen fermentation resulting in poor performance and depressed milk fat.

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  • Worrying and the Aging Brain | Dana Foundation

    2021-6-16 · Rumination on Anger and Sadness in Adolescence: ... Changes in neurological structure and function, cogni-tive systems, and socioemotional processes occur at ... mination was expected to be associated with decreased overt aggression when controlling for anger rumina-tion. In other words, we expected that among individu- ...

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  • Rumination on Anger and Sadness in Adolescence:

    Rumination is an important cognitive risk factor for onset and relapse of depression. However, no studies have employed a dimensional approach in investigating the neural correlates of rumination and the relationship with depression.Non-clinical healthy subjects (n = 306), who completed the classical rumination and depression scales, were studied using voxel-based morphometry and regional ...

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  • Individual differences in rumination in healthy and ...

    2008-2-1 · Author Summary Serotonin is an evolutionarily ancient neuromodulator probably best known for its role in psychiatric disorders. However, that role has long appeared contradictory to its role in normal function, and indeed its various roles in normal affective behaviors have been hard to reconcile. Here, we model two predominant functions of normal serotonin function in a highly simplified ...

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  • Serotonin, Inhibition, and Negative Mood

    2019-7-9 · Neuron Review Altered Connectivity in Depression: GABA and Glutamate Neurotransmitter Deficits and Reversal by Novel Treatments Ronald S. Duman, 1,* Gerard Sanacora, and John H. Krystal1 1Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, 34 Park Street, New Haven, CT 06508, USA *Correspondence: [email protected]

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  • Altered Connectivity in Depression: GABA and Glutamate ...

    Mindfulness, as a non-pharmacologic option, is receiving increased interest in the management of pain. Chronic pain is complex in nature, involving many physical and psychological factors. It is associated with sleep disturbances, obesity and weight gain, chronic fatigue, limited physical functionality and decreased …

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    2016-8-1 · This process is known as rumination. The steps involved are regurgitation of the feed, remasti­cation or rechewing, resalivation, and reswallowing of rumen digesta. The process of rumination reduces the particle size of feeds, which enhances microbial function and allows for easier passage out of the stomach compartments.

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  • From Feed to Milk: Understanding Rumen Function

    2016-8-1 · This process is known as rumination. The steps involved are regurgitation of the feed, remasti­cation or rechewing, resalivation, and reswallowing of rumen digesta. The process of rumination reduces the particle size of feeds, which enhances microbial function and allows for easier passage out of the stomach compartments.

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    Prodromal phase: Signs and symptoms that begin before the acute phase. Symptoms include: social withdrawal, deterioration in function and depressive mood, followed by perceptual disturbances, magical thinking and peculiar behavior.

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  • (PDF) The Role of Angry Rumination and Distraction in ...

    The Role of Angry Rumination and Distraction in Blood Pressure Recovery From Emotional Arousal. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2006. Joseph Schwartz. Karina Davidson. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 26 Full PDFs related to this paper.

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  • Full article: Depressive and anxious symptomatology

    2021-7-8 · This study explores the correlates of depressive and anxious symptomatology in a Lebanese sample during the COVID-19 outbreak. A convenience sample of …

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  • Association between 5-HTTLPR genotypes and

    2005-4-26 · However, within risk settings for heightened anxiety (ie, insecurely attached young people), the odds of persisting ruminative anxiety (worry) decreased with each additional copy of the S-allele ...

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    Introduction. In December 2019, a new coronavirus severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) was identified as the pathogen of an acute respiratory syndrome reported first in Wuhan, China [].The World Health Organization announced the disease (eventually named coronavirus disease 2019 [COVID-19]) as a public health emergency of international concern [], and, in the next 3 ...

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    Private agencies have this great function of propaganda and development of new fields which public agencies seem to be precluded from exercising because as part of government it is always difficult and seldom proper for them to engage in propaganda or missionary work —private agencies, like the Russell Sage Foundation, the Carnegie Foundation ...

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  • Chinese Patent Medicine Powder Xielian

    2021-6-18 · XieLiAn can be used if the following symptoms occur: Diarrhea Decreased rumination Epidemic diarrhea. Reduced appetite Thirsty Damp heat diarrhea. Posted by shmuker June 18, 2021 Posted in Chinese Patent Medicine Powder Post navigation. Previous Post Previous post: FuShuiGanShenKang.

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  • Does Rumination Function as a Longitudinal Mediator ...

    Although concurrent associations among dispositional mindfulness, rumination, and depression have been identified, lacking is a study that longitudinally examines the relationships among these three constructs in a non-clinical sample of adults. We specifically sought to determine whether rumination mediates the expected negative association between mindfulness and depressive symptoms across …

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  • The form and function of depressive rumination |

    Abstract Rumination is a symptom of depression that refers to intense, distraction-resistant thinking. Although rumination is widely considered maladaptive, the analytical rumination hypothesis (ARH) proposes that rumination is an adaptive cognitive process where depression first promotes rumination on the causes of problems ('causal analysis'), which in turn promotes rumination on solving ...

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  • Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual ...

    2015-6-23 · Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual prefrontal cortex activation Gregory N. Bratmana,1, J. Paul Hamiltonb, Kevin S. Hahnc, Gretchen C. Dailyd,e,1, and James J. Grossc aEmmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305; bLaureate Institute for Brain Research, School of Community Medicine, Tulsa, OK 74136; …

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    rumination also takes place concurrently with activities such as standing, walking, scratching, urinating, defecating, and nursing [1]. Increased rumination time was associated with increased saliva production and improved rumen health because of the saliva carrying buffer for the ruminal pH. Decreased rumination is interpreted

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  • Does rumination mediate the relationship between ...

    Objectives Major depressive disorder is a significant mental illness that is highly likely to recur, particularly after three or more previous episodes. Increased mindfulness and decreased ruminati...

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  • Mental Rumination & Norepinephrine Decreased &

    Mental Rumination & Norepinephrine Decreased & Sexual Dysfunction Symptom Checker: Possible causes include Endogenous Depression. Check the full list of possible causes and conditions now! Talk to our Chatbot to narrow down your search.

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  • The Association Between Work-Related Rumination

    The Association Between Work-Related Rumination and Executive Function Using the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function. Source: NCBI PubMed ( ID PMID:32508703) Endnote Download. Cropley M 1, Collis H 2.

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  • Effects of increased rumen fill and restricted feeding on ...

    2021-5-19 · Effects of increased rumen fill and restricted feeding on alimentary behaviour and rumen function in cows R Baumont,J Jamot, C Dardillat INRA, Station de Recherches sur la Nutrition des Herbivores, Theix, 63122 Saint-Genès-Champanelle, France Rumen fill is known to limit forage intake capac- ity, but digesta consistency may also be involved in the physical control of intake.

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  • Rumen Motility During Induced Hyper- and

    Rumen motility was recorded on an experimental cow by means of telemetrie signal transfer from strain gauge force transducers fixed surgically on the peritoneal surface of the rumen wall in the left flank. The normocalcaemic cow was given a standard milk fever treatment with calcium borogluconate (400 ml with 14 mg Ca/ml) intravenously. Transient clinical signs were: decreased rumination ...

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  • Social Media Rumination: The Impact Of Materialistic

    2021-6-18 · relationships between MVO and social media rumination over two waves of data in a sample of diverse adolescents. Self-Determination Theory and Materialistic Value Orientation. According to Self-Determination Theory (SDT), humans function best when fulfilling basic psychological needs that include competence, relatedness, and autonomy (Deci & Ryan,

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  • Running head: RUMINATION AND HOPE

    2009-5-13 · results have shown, rumination typically predicts depressive symptoms (Nolen-Hoeksema & Morrow, 1991). Given the findings with those who are high in hope, it would seem likely that an individual who ruminates but engages in hopeful thinking might experience a decreased depressive reaction. Although an obstacle has interrupted

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    2020-1-31 · emotional regulation skills through significantly decreased levels of rumination from pre- to post-test for older children from the Mindful Me! condition, with a higher effect size (d = .42) reported relative to older children from the active control condition (d = .28). Older children

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  • Negative Core Affect and Employee Silence: How

    2015-5-25 · Furthermore, within-person high-activated negative core affect decreased employee silence when, as an invariant factor, cognitive problem-solving demand was high. Thus, organizations should manage conditions to reduce experiences of low-activated negative core affect because these feelings increase silence in individuals high in rumination.

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  • Enhanced Medial Prefrontal-Default Mode Network

    2016-11-14 · Rumination also stimulates salivary secretion and improves ruminal function via buffering Rumination is controlled by . Below are the summary notes adapted from an article titled “Biological importance of rumination and its use on farm” written by Drs. Ric Grant and Heather Dann from Miner Research Institute, Chazy, NY. Cows spent one-third ...

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  • What do we know about rumination?

    • Repetitive swallowing or rumination. • Regurgitation of gastric contents or belching. • Bruxism. • Cough at night or when waking up. • Observation of evidence of difficulty in swallowing (eg, stasis of food in the oral cavity, coughing choking). • Hyperextension of the head, arching during or after meals.

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    2021-1-21 · The difference can be divided into three areas: structure, function, and chemistry. 2:33. Watch Now: Strategies for Living Well With ADHD. Brain Structure . For many years, research showed there were clear structural differences in the ADHD brain. The largest review ever of ADHD patient brain scans was carried out at Radboud University Nijmegen ...

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  • Cultivating multiple aspects of attention through ...

    2014-1-14 · Cultivating multiple aspects of attention through mindfulness meditation accounts for psychological well-being through decreased rumination Jennifer R Wolkin Department of Psychiatry, NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY, USA Abstract: In the last few decades, mindfulness meditation has gained prominence as an adjunctive psychotherapeutic technique.

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  • How To Stop Rumination: Depression, Anxiety, And ...

    2021-2-15 · Rumination can be a deep dive into a particular thought, but it’s not always good. Rumination, depression, these two can combine for some harmful results. ... OCD can be a debilitating mental illness. If left untreated, it can lead to decreased ability to function, physical health problems and potentially even legal problems.

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    showed a significantly decreased cognitive reactivity to sad mood compared to the placebo control group that was largely attributed to dropping of rumination and aggressive thoughts. Likewise, probiotics have been reported to have an active influence on anxiety. In a …

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  • Negative Core Affect and Employee Silence: How

    2015-5-25 · Furthermore, within-person high-activated negative core affect decreased employee silence when, as an invariant factor, cognitive problem-solving demand was high. Thus, organizations should manage conditions to reduce experiences of low-activated negative core affect because these feelings increase silence in individuals high in rumination.

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  • Emotion Regulation as a Mediator of Self-Compassion

    2019-8-30 · rumination most frequently associated with depressive symp-toms (Treynor et al. 2003). It involves over-engagement with negative thought patterns in an attempt to reduce or control unwanted emotions (Desrosiers et al. 2013). Rumination ex-acerbates distress byincreasingthe impact …

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    2000-4-15 · Impaired esophageal function can result in the retention of food and liquid in the esophagus after swallowing.9 This retention may result from mechanical obstruction, a motility disorder or ...

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  • Effect of oral calcium administration on metabolic

    2021-4-29 · Hypocalcemia has detrimental effects on health and performance of dairy cows. As hypocalcemic cows show reduced feed intake, we hypothesized that cows with reduced combined rumination and eating time (CRET) may benefit from Ca supplementation. The objective was to evaluate the effect of postpartum oral Ca administration on metabolic status (Calcium [Ca], fatty acids [FA], and …

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    Dexmedetomidine infusion, initiated at anaesthetic induction and continued for 24 h, did not decrease postoperative atrial arrhythmias or delirium in patients recovering from cardiac surgery. Dexmedetomidine should not be infused to reduce atrial fibrillation or delirium in patients having cardiac surgery.

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  • 00103 Impaired swallowing - NANDA 2021

    • Repetitive swallowing or rumination. • Regurgitation of gastric contents or belching. • Bruxism. • Cough at night or when waking up. • Observation of evidence of difficulty in swallowing (eg, stasis of food in the oral cavity, coughing choking). • Hyperextension of the head, arching during or after meals.

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    2021-3-7 · What is chronic fatigue syndrome, and how is it connected to low globulin levels? Chronic fatigue syndrome is a condition that affects more than a million people in the USA, more commonly women.It is characterized by debilitating fatigue, which is not relieved by resting, along with flu-like symptoms, enlarged lymph nodes, sore throat, and a 'constantly fogged brain'.

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