The daydreamer: Exploring the personality underpinnings of daydreaming styles and their implications for well-being.

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In the present research, we looked at how positive-constructive daydreaming, guilty-dysphoric daydreaming, and poor attentional control associate with both broad (i.e., openness to experience) and specific (i.e., introspection) personality traits. A second aim was to determine how daydreaming styles were associated with psychological well-being. Across four… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.concog.2016.07.007

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@article{BlouinHudon2016TheDE, title={The daydreamer: Exploring the personality underpinnings of daydreaming styles and their implications for well-being.}, author={Eve-Marie C. Blouin-Hudon and John M. Zelenski}, journal={Consciousness and cognition}, year={2016}, volume={44}, pages={114-129} }