Rumination Study

It has been shown that social and economic conditions in which one lives (e.g. poverty, education) are linked with mental health.

The purpose of this study is to understand how that effect occurs for an individual adult. To do this it explores the hypothesis that repetitive negative thinking – also called rumination – can act as the medium that transfers that effect.

Thank you for taking part in our study!

We have received plenty of responses and we are currently in the process of analyzing and summarizing any findings. Please check back soon for updates and publications.

Contact us

Lead Reasearcher: Katerina Panagaki

tel.: +44 (0) 15 24 510 388
mob.: +44 (0) 74 35 421 441