Repetitive negative thinking is associated with amyloid, tau, and cognitive decline.
Le 02 Nov 2021
Auteur : Marchant NL, Lovland LR, Jones R, Pichet Binette A, Gonneaud J, Arenaza-Urquijo EM, Chételat G, Villeneuve S,
Année : 2020
Journal : Alzheimers Dement 1552-5279
PubMed Id : 32508019
The Cognitive Debt hypothesis proposes that repetitive negative thinking (RNT), a modifiable process common to many psychological risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) may itself increase risk. We sought to empirically examine relationships between RNT and markers of AD, compared with anxiety and depression symptoms.