High self-control protects the link between social support and positivity ratio for Israeli students exposed to contextual risk.

Abstract

This study examined how Israeli students, despite exposure to contextual risk factors, may experience a high ratio of self-reported positive to negative emotions (i.e., positivity ratio). Self-control skills and perceived social support were tested as protective factors, where each was posited to moderate the relation between risk status and positivity… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsp.2015.06.001

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