Relationship between coping styles and perceptual asymmetry
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Results demonstrated that ruminative coping styles in women are associated with neuropsychological patterns similar to those previously demonstrated in clinically depressed individuals. --author-supplied description
Compton, R.J., Fisher, L.R., Koenig, L.M., McKeown, R., & Muñoz, K. (2003). Relationship between coping styles and hemispheric asymmetry. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84, 1069-1078.