The effect of induced self-presentation concerns on cognitive appraisal and affect.

Abstract

An experiment was conducted to investigate how self-presentation imperatives can influence cognition and affect. Participants were 70 collegiate and recreational athletes who were recruited because of the relevance of self-presentation processes in sport. Athletes were asked to read either a script which de-emphasized self-presentation concerns (low self… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/10615806.2013.763934

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