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Rumination, emotion, and forgiveness: three longitudinal studies.
In 3 studies, the authors investigated whether within-persons increases in rumination about an interpersonal transgression were associated with within-persons reductions in forgiveness. ResultsExpand
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Writing about the benefits of an interpersonal transgression facilitates forgiveness.
The authors examined the effects of writing about the benefits of an interpersonal transgression on forgiveness. Participants (N = 304) were randomly assigned to one of three 20-min writing tasks inExpand
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Forgiveness, Feeling Connected to Others, and Well-Being: Two Longitudinal Studies
In two studies, the authors investigated the associations between interpersonal forgiveness and psychological well-being. Cross-sectional and prospective multilevel analyses demonstrated thatExpand
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Retributive justice, restorative justice, and forgiveness: An experimental psychophysiology analysis
Abstract This experiment assessed the emotional self-reports and physiology of justice outcomes and forgiveness responses to a common crime, using a three Justice (retributive, restorative, noExpand
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Low-cost interventions for promoting forgiveness
It is a truism of social and clinical psychology that norm-violating interpersonal behavior can cause behavioral, psychological, health-related problems for victims. Serious life events caused byExpand
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Forgiveness as Change
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Trend Forgiveness , Temporary Forgiveness , and the Epistemic Value of Within-Subjects Research
In 3 studies, the authors investigated whether within-persons increases in rumination about an interpersonal transgression were associated with within-persons reductions in forgiveness. ResultsExpand