Psychometric Properties of the Repetitive Thinking Questionnaire in a Clinical Sample

Publication year: 2011 Source: Journal of Anxiety Disorders, Available online 13 December 2011 Alison E.J. Mahoney, Peter M. McEvoy, Michelle L. Moulds Repetitive negative thinking (RNT) is thought to contribute to the maintenance of many emotional disorders. Although several measures of RNT are available, the items of most of these instruments index RNT that is specific to particular diagnostic groups (e.g., RNT about depression symptoms)

Publication year: 2011 Source: Journal of Anxiety Disorders, Available online 13 December 2011 Alison E.J. Mahoney, Peter M. McEvoy, Michelle L. Moulds Repetitive negative thinking (RNT) is thought to contribute to the maintenance of many emotional disorders. Although several measures of RNT are available, the items of most of these instruments index RNT that is specific to particular diagnostic groups (e.g., RNT about depression symptoms)

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Psychometric Properties of the Repetitive Thinking Questionnaire in a Clinical Sample