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Perseveratieve cognitie

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Perseveratieve cognitie is een verzamelnaam uit de wetenschappelijke psychologie voor het voortdurend ('perseveratief') denken ('cognitie') aan negatieve gebeurtenissen in het verleden of de toekomst. Onder perseveratieve cognitie vallen fenomenen zoals piekeren, tobben, rumineren. Het is waarschijnlijk dat een deel van de perseveratieve cognitie onbewust plaatsvindt.

De 'perseveratieve cognitie hypothese'

De perseveratieve cognitie hypothese [1] (voorgesteld door Brosschot, Gerin and Thayer) stelt dat stressvolle gebeurtenissen geen invloed hebben op iemands gezondheid, tenzij men piekert over deze gebeurtenissen. Het idee is dat perseveratieve gedachten een mediator kunnen zijn van de negatieve effecten van stress op de gezondheid.[2]

Zie ook

Noten

  1. Brosschot, J.F, Gerin, W. & Thayer, J.F. (2006) Worry and health: the perseverative cognition hypothesis. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 60, 113-12.
  2. Verkuil B., Brosschot J.F., Gebhardt W.A. & Thayer J.F. (2010), When worries make you sick: A review of perseverative cognition, the default stress response and somatic health., Journal of Experimental Psychopathology 1: 87-118.

Bronnen

  • Brosschot, J.F, Gerin, W. & Thayer, J.F. (2006) Worry and health: the perseverative cognition hypothesis. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 60, 113-12;
  • Brosschot, J.F., Pieper, S. & Thayer J.F. (2005) Expanding Stress Theory: Prolonged Activation And Perseverative Cognition. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 30(10):1043-9;
  • Brosschot, J.F., Verkuil, B. & Thayer, J.F. (2010) Conscious and unconscious perseverative cognition: Is a large part of prolonged physiological activity due to unconscious stress? Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 69(4), 407-16.
  • Brosschot, J.F. (2010) Markers of chronic stress: Prolonged physiological activation and (un)conscious perseverative cognition. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. 35, 46–50.
  • Brosschot J.F. (2002) De Aanhouder Verliest. Stress, Perseveratieve Cognitie en Gezondheid. Gedrag en Gezondheid, 30(2), 120-128;
  • Larsen, B.A & Christenfeld, N.J.S. (2009) Cardiovascular Disease and Psychiatric Comorbidity: The Potential Role of Perseverative Cognition. Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology, vol. 2009, Article ID 791017, 8 pages, 2009. doi:10.1155/2009/791017
  • Ottaviani, C., Shapiro, D., Couyoumdjian, A. (2013) Flexibility as the key for somatic health: From mind wandering to perseverative cognition. Biological Psychology, 94(1), 38-43.
  • Thayer JF & Brosschot JF (2000c) Delayed cardiovascular recovery: perseverative thinking and vagal inhibition. Psychophysiology, 37, S13.
  • Watkins, E.R (2008) Constructive and unconstructive repetitive though. Psychological Bulletin, 134(2), 163-206.
  • Zoccola, P.M., Dickerson, S.D. & Yim, I. S. (2011) Trait and state perseverative cognition and the cortisol awakening response 1: Psychoneuroendocrinology, 36(4), 592-595.
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