The functional asymmetry of negative and positive self-statements.

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Subjects were divided into high and low negative self-statement and high and low positive-self-statement groups on the basis of the assertiveness self-statement test (Schwartz & Gottman, 1976). High negative self-statement subjects reported more anxiety during assertion role plays than did low negative self-statement subjects and were rated by judges as… (More)

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@article{Safran1982TheFA, title={The functional asymmetry of negative and positive self-statements.}, author={Jeremy D. Safran}, journal={The British journal of clinical psychology}, year={1982}, volume={21 Pt 3}, pages={223-4} }