The Psychological Phenomena of Ironic Process Theory (Ironic Rebound or the White Bear Problem)

The terms “ironic process theory”, “ironic rebound”, and the “white bear problem” refer to the psychological process in which deliberate attempts to suppress certain thoughts make them more likely to surface (eg. actively trying not to think of a white bear makes a person more likely to imagine one)...

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