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Cognition & Emotion
Prior research has shown that individuals who tend to ruminate about dysphoric moods have difficulties with inhibitory processes in working memory (Joormann, 2006; Whitmer & Banich, 2007) . The goals of the current study were to determine if these inhibitory deficits (1) also affect processes in long-term memory (LTM) and (2) , if so, whether they are associated specifically with depressive rumination or also with other forms of rumination. To examine inhibitory processes in LTM, we used adoi:10.1080/02699930802645762 fatcat:xdvry4dhgjdtrgx3vzb7x2hgk4