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It can be assumed that thought suppression is a difficult and even time consuming task.
Recently thought suppression is seen as a form of "experiential avoidance".
The phenomenon has been identified through thought suppression studies in experimental psychology.
Over thirty-five experiments to date have found evidence for thought suppression and its effectiveness.
A reaction to this has been to explore the effects of thought suppression using more reliable measures, like behavior.
Thought suppression is the process of deliberately trying to stop thinking about certain thoughts (Wegner, 1989).
Thought suppression seems to entail a state of knowing and not knowing all at once.
While there is some good evidence for thought suppression causing increased immediate and/or delayed target thoughts, several critical points can be raised.
Memories out of order: Thought suppression and the disassembly of remembered experience.
Paradoxical and less paradoxical effects of thought suppression: a critical review.
Some cognitive strategies have even been shown to be detrimental to performance, particularly strategies such as thought suppression.
In an attempt to account for these findings a number of theorists have produced cognitive models of thought suppression.
As time has progressed, experiments have become more elaborate and better able to extend their findings to thought suppression in its various guises.
I suppress therefore I smoke: The effects of thought suppression on smoking behaviour.
Psychologists have argued about thought suppression and dream interpretation for decades, though few researchers have put the theories to the test.
An experimental investigation of thought suppression.
Firstly, typical thought suppression may not involve simple targets like colored animals but socially more complex and personal thoughts.
Daniel Wegner's site containing links to papers on conscious will and on thought suppression.
To better elucidate the findings of thought suppression, several studies have changed the target thought from a personally irrelevant to relevant one.
Thought suppression is referred to as the conscious and deliberate efforts to curtail one's thoughts and memories.
Paradoxical effects of thoughts suppression.
In line with this observation is the criticism that some experiments may not account for the plausible strategy of naturalistic thought suppression to find distractors.
Thought suppression and obsession-compulsion.
Thought suppression induces intrusions.
Individuals who habitually suppress negative emotions tend to find short-term relief, but suffer longer term health consequences, thought suppression and rumination.
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