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Four cases of rumination in man
E. M. Brockbank
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Rumination (recyclic negative thinking), is now recognised asimportant in the development, maintenance and relapse of recurrenceof depression. For instance, rumination has been found to elevate,perpetuate and exacerbate depressed mood, predict future episodesof depression, and delay recovery during cognitive therapy. Cognitive therapy is one of the most effective treatments Reviews: 1. Rumination may refer to. Rumination, the digestive process of ruminants. Rumination syndrome, a chronic condition characterized by effortless regurgitation of most meals following consumption; Deep thought or consideration Rumination (psychology), contemplation or reflection, which may become persistent and recurrent worrying or brooding Ruminations, a popular email column and series of.
Rumination NATURE, THEORY AND TREATMENT Edited by COSTAS PAPAGEORGIOU University of Lancaster, UK A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN (hbk) ISBN (pbk) Depressive Rumination: Nature, Theory and Treatment. Rumination was brought to the attention of psychologists by the late Susan Nolen-Hoeksema as a potential explanatory factor for the significant difference in rates of depression between men and women after onset of puberty. Women are significantly more likely to develop depression compared to men 1 and Nolen-Hoeksema proposed this difference.
Chewing the cud-also called rumination-may be illustrated by the familiar cow. The cow has four stomachs or four compartments to its stomach. It bites a quantity of hay, alfalfa, grass or other fodder, which is immediately swallowed and the bolus goes directly to the first stomach known as the paunch. Self-compassion and rumination have been conceptualized as emotion regulation strategies, the former effective and the latter maladaptive, however, the relationship between these two approaches is largely unknown. This relationship was explored in participants who completed a negative mood induction, and were randomly allocated to write about a negative event in either a self Cited by:
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Rumination is the most salient, mental feature in depression and other mood disorders. Understanding this process will improve current psychological therapies for depression. This book clearly achieves this goal and much more. The editors should be congratulated for producing a Four cases of rumination in man book volume on this important process/5(4).
The Mindful Path Through Worry and Rumination offers proven strategies to help readers find contentment in the present moment. About the Author Sameet M. Kumar, Ph.D. is a psychologist at the Memorial Healthcare System Cancer Institute in south Broward, Florida with over a decade of experience in working with end-of-life and bereavement/5(35).
Rumination syndrome, or merycism, is a chronic motility disorder characterized by effortless regurgitation of most meals following consumption, due to the involuntary contraction of the muscles around the abdomen.
There is no retching, nausea, heartburn, odour, or abdominal pain associated with the regurgitation , as there is with typical vomiting, and the regurgitated food is Specialty: Psychiatry.
In the cases of rumination syndrome reported by Attri et al 10 and Chial et al, 11 reassurance and behavioral therapy seem to be effective, and the prognosis is thought to often be favorable, with positive outcomes in more than 80% of cases.
Increasing awareness of rumination syndrome should play a role in giving this condition due : Andrea Bruni. RUMINATION IN MAN.1 Byrumination, or “chewingthecud,”we designate acon- ditioninwhichthefood returns, withoutnausea, insmall portions,from the stomachthrough the oesophagus into the mouth, some time after meals; here it is chewed anewand swallowed.
Ruminationbelongs to the normal physiological pro- cesses of most herbivora, and forms the most marked characteristic of the wholeclass of. Rumination is the focused attention on the symptoms of one's distress, and on its possible causes and consequences, as opposed to its solutions, according to the Response Styles Theory proposed by Nolen-Hoeksema ().
Because the Response Styles Theory has been empirically supported, this model of rumination is the most widely used conceptualization. Some cases of rumination disorder occur without a precipitating event or illness. Other people with the disorder describe also having ingestion, which may serve as a trigger.
Studies have shown that some people with rumination disorder also have depression, anxiety, or an eating disorder. These conditions may likewise play a role in rumination. 1 Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy for Depressive Rumination Dr Edward Watkins Mood Disorders Centre School of Psychology, University of Exeter Depressive rumination, defined as “behaviour and.
The term rumination is derived from the Latin word ruminare, which means to chew the cud. Rumination is characterized by the voluntary or involuntary regurgitation and rechewing of partially digested food that is either reswallowed or expelled.
The belch reflex appears to become adapted. Rumination is commonly believed to be an unconscious learned disorder (ie, a behavioral issue) involving voluntary relaxation of the diaphragm. The syndrome can begin in childhood or adulthood. In the past, rumination was reported mainly in children with disabilities, typically mental retardation.
A sustained note of brooding rumination hovers over most of the disc.: In her hands, celluloid comes off as a medium that allows for old-fashioned rumination, with some of the slowness of oil paint.: The images feel like a yearbook of sorts, a rumination on the decade, and on three girls growing up.: Almost all cows in heat exhibit a corresponding drop in rumination.
The effectiveness of four antecedent treatments for rumination was compared for two individuals with autism, severe intellectual disabilities and long histories (at least 20 years) of rumination. Rumination The act or process of ruminating, or chewing the cud; the habit of chewing the cud.
"Rumination is given to animals to enable them at once to lay up a great store of food, and afterward to chew it." Rumination (Physiol) The regurgitation of food from the stomach after it has been swallowed, -- occasionally observed as a morbid phenomenon in man.
Can’t Stop Ruminating About the Past. Here's What to Do Instead None By Homaira Kabir. Do you know the literal meaning of rumination. I was curious when I looked up the definition for the first time: “To chew the cud, as a ruminant.” I was put off when I looked up the meaning of ruminant: “Any even-toed, hoofed mammal and including.
Rumination & Worry Worry o Future focused – danger and our own inability to cope o Leads to: anxiety, stress, fear What if. Imagining the worst will happen Rumination o Past focused – loss and personal failings o Leads to: depression, sadness, shame If only Regret.
I should have., I shouldn’t have. A book that focuses on targeting rumination in treatment is sorely needed, and Watkins has delivered a masterful volume that is insightful, thorough, and accessible. This is an essential guide for anyone who treats depressed patients."--Rick E. Ingram, PhD, Professor and Director of Clinical Training, Department of Psychology, University of Kansas/5(5).
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Ruminative vomiting is a serious clinical disorder in which previously ingested food is regurgitated and reswallowed repetitively. Among persons with developmental disabilities, rumination is encountered most frequently by those with a diagnosis of severe to profound mental retardation (Danford & Huber, ; Rogers, Stratton, Victor, Kennedy, & Andres, ).Cited by: Four cases are described in which holding a retarded, ruminating child for min before, during, and after meals, was associated with remission of rumination.
This book, above any other, was the main inspiration for me taking up a daily meditation practice. It also explains the maze of rumination so very well, and clearly explains how mindfulness makes changes in the brain that will help a person stop running through this maze/5(45).
Definition of Rumination. 1. [n -S] Medical Definition of Rumination. 1. 1. The act or process of ruminating, or chewing the cud; the habit of chewing the cud.
"Rumination is given to animals to enable them at once to lay up a great store of food, and afterward to chew it." (Arbuthnot) 2.Dictionary entry overview: What does rumination mean? • RUMINATION (noun) The noun RUMINATION has 3 senses. 1. a calm, lengthy, intent consideration 2.
(of ruminants) chewing (the cud) 3. regurgitation of small amounts of food; seen in some infants after feeding Familiarity information: RUMINATION used as a noun is uncommon.out of 5 stars A good book for rumination and depression.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 October Verified Purchase. This is a really good book on rumination and depression. I wish they added a chapter on how to deal with negative thoughts head on.
This is one of the best books out there/5(46).