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Mood volatility with rumination but neither attentional nor interpretation biases in chronic fatigue syndrome.

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OBJECTIVES: This study tested whether (1) chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) individuals have a bias in the initial orientation of attention to illness-related information, which is enhanced by rumination. (2) CFS individuals have an illness interpretation bias (IB) in their early automatic processing of ambiguous information. (3) CFS individuals experience a greater degree of mood fluctuation following rumination and distraction inductions. DESIGN: Thirty-three CFS participants who had received...

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10.1348/135910709x480346

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Journal:
British journal of health psychology
Volume:
15
Issue:
Pt 4
Pages:
779-796
Publication date:
2010-11-05
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EISSN:
2044-8287
ISSN:
1359-107X
URN:
uuid:7cf72b85-b345-4abe-a0aa-9ce73a8ac5a6
Source identifiers:
83803
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pubs:83803

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