Glossary R

- Rumination disorder : Rumination disorder refers to an eating disorder in which the infant or child regurgitates food after it has been swallowed and then either spits it out or reswallows it.
- Rumination Disorder : Rumination Disorder refers to an eating disorder in which the infant or child regurgitates food after it has been swallowed and then either spits it out or reswallows it.
- Ruminative response styles theory : Ruminative response styles theory is a theory stating that tendencies to focus on one's symptoms of distress and the possible causes and consequences of these symptoms, in a passive and repetitive manner, leads to depression.
Rumor refers to poorly substantiated information that is passed along the grapevine.

Run of luck refers to a statistically unusual outcome, like getting five heads in a row when flipping a coin that could still occur by chance alone.
Running head refers to the heading that appears at the top of the page of a published article. Running head also refers to the abbreviated title of a research report containing a maximum of 50 characters that appears on the title page of the manuscript and at the top of the pages in a published article.

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