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From Rumination to Generativity: The Mediation Effect of Posttraumatic Growth

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The paper presents two studies dealing with the preliminary exploration of the mediation effects of posttraumatic growth on associations of event-related rumination and generativity in adults. A secondary aim is to explore the psychometric properties of the Georgian version of the Event-Related Rumination Inventory. Three hundred sixty-four individuals participated in two studies. The results indicate that the Georgian version of the Event-Related Rumination Inventory has good internal consistency, and the two-factor structure replicated the factor structure reported in the original study. There were also some between-person differences for gender. Further, the association between rumination and generativity was mediated by posttraumatic growth.
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Keywords: factor structure; generativity; intrusive and deliberate rumination; posttraumatic growth

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Psychology Department, Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

Publication date: February 17, 2019

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