Repetitive Negative Thinking, Temperament, and Adverse Impact in Adults Who Stutter


Prior research has explored how repetitive negative thinking (RNT) contributes to both the increased persistence and severity of various disorders, such as depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.This study explored the potential role of RNT in the experience of stuttering, with a particular focus on the relationship between RNT, adverse impact, and certain temperament profiles in 313 adults who stutter.