Distinguishing the experiences of envy and jealousy.

@article{Parrott1993DistinguishingTE,
  title={Distinguishing the experiences of envy and jealousy.},
  author={W. Gerrod Parrott and R. H. Smith},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={1993},
  volume={64 6},
  pages={
          906-20
        }
}
This article describes the nature and significance of the distinction between the emotions of envy and jealousy and reports 2 experiments that empirically investigated it. In Experiment 1, Ss recalled a personal experience of either envy or jealousy. In Experiment 2, Ss read 1 of a set of stories in which circumstances producing envy and jealousy were manipulated independently in a factorial design. Both experiments introduced new methodologies to enhance their sensitivity, and both revealed… 

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