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Transactive memory in close relationships.
Memory performance of 118 individuals who had been in close dating relationships for at least 3 months was studied. For a memory task ostensibly to be performed by pairs, some Ss were paired withExpand
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The hyperaccessibility of suppressed thoughts.
The accessibility of suppressed thoughts was compared with the accessibility of thoughts on which Ss were consciously trying to concentrate. In Experiment 1, Ss made associations to word prompts asExpand
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Beyond mood and social judgment: Mood incongruent recall and mood regulation
Two studies explored mood incongruent recall and the self-regulation of moods. In Study I, subjects were put into sad or happy moods before recalling a mood incongruent event. Subjects engaged in oneExpand
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Ironic processes in the mental control of mood and mood-related thought.
The mental control of mood and mood-related thought was investigated. In Experiment 1, Ss reminiscing about a happy or sad event were asked to make their mood positive, were given no instructions, orExpand
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Outcome Dependency and Attention to Inconsistent Information
Two studies investigated when people attend to information that is inconsistent with their expectations about another person. It was hypothesized that people sometimes ignore information inconsistentExpand
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The Self-Regulation of Moods: Second Thoughts on the Importance of Happiness in Everyday Life
How do people go about regulating their moods? This question may sound grandiose to some and silly to others. Grandiose because its answer would appear to involve speculations about a variety ofExpand
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Affective and semantic priming: Effects of mood on category accessibility and inference
Abstract When a person can be described by both a positive and a negative trait, a perceiver's mood may influence which trait category is accessed for subsequent inferences about the person'sExpand
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Task effort and the regulation of mood: The absorption hypothesis
Abstract Three studies were conducted to test the hypothesis that effort exerted under conditions of high task orientation or in response to a difficult task can neutralize previously inducedExpand
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On being cool and collected: Mood regulation in anticipation of social interaction.
: This study examined the influence of anticipated social interaction on the regulation of moods. Study 1 induced happy and sad moods through exposure to music. All participants expected to perform aExpand
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