Victims versus perpetrators : Affective and empathic forecasting regarding transgressions in romantic relationships

@inproceedings{Green2013VictimsVP,
  title={Victims versus perpetrators : Affective and empathic forecasting regarding transgressions in romantic relationships},
  author={Jeffrey D. Green and Jody L. Davis and Laura B. Luchies and Anthony E. Coy and Daryl R. Van Tongeren and Chelsea A. Reid and Eli J. Finkel},
  year={2013}
}
► Affective forecasting about transgressions showed an overestimation level bias. ► However, individuals correctly forecast that perpetrators would feel worse than victims. ► Empathic forecasts also revealed an overestimation bias. ► Moreover, a role bias (victim versus perpetrator) was evident for empathic forecasts. a b s t r a c t a r t i c l e i n f o Prior research suggests that people frequently mispredict their own and other people's emotional responses. In a longitudinal study, both… CONTINUE READING
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