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Rumination Study

How does the social and economic environment affect our mental health? You could help us find out!

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The study aims to explore if patterns of repetitive negative thinking – known as rumination – are linked to the social and economic environment, and in turn affect mental health.

If you are over 18 years old, a UK citizen and live anywhere in England, you might be eligible for the study. We are looking for people with a primary diagnosis of bipolar disorder or depression or psychosis, or who have never had a mental health diagnosis.

Date from

6th February 2018

Date to

30th April 2018


Lancaster University (Spectrum Centre) & NIHR CLAHRC NWC

The Spectrum Centre at Lancaster University specialises in research into Bipolar Disorder and Psychosis.

NIHR CLAHRC NWC are funding this project.



Mental health


All of England

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