Meta-emotions in daily life: Associations with emotional awareness and depression.

@article{Bailen2018MetaemotionsID,
  title={Meta-emotions in daily life: Associations with emotional awareness and depression.},
  author={Natasha H Bailen and Haijing Wu and Renee J. Thompson},
  journal={Emotion},
  year={2018}
}
Meta-emotions are emotions that occur in response to other emotions (e.g., guilt about anger). Although emotion theories often discuss them, much about meta-emotions remains unknown. In the present study, we aim to assess the frequency of meta-emotions in everyday life, determine whether increased attention to and clarity of emotions are associated with a greater likelihood of meta-emotions, and examine whether negative emotions about negative emotions (negative-negative meta-emotional… Expand
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