Rehearsal and pedometer reactivity in children.

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Ling, Fiona C.M.; Masters, R.S.W.; McManus, A.M.;
(2011)

The main purpose of this study was to investigate whether rehearsal, defined as the tendency to recurrently ruminate over upsetting aversive experiences, had an effect on pedometry reactivity. A total of 156 Hong Kong Chinese children aged 9–12 years were recruited. Par... View more
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