We are our passions: The role of identity processes in harmonious and obsessive passion and links to optimal functioning in society

@article{Bouizegarene2018WeAO,
  title={We are our passions: The role of identity processes in harmonious and obsessive passion and links to optimal functioning in society},
  author={Nabil Bouizegarene and S. Bourdeau and Caroline Leduc and Anne-Sophie Gousse-Lessard and N. Houlfort and R. Vallerand},
  journal={Self and Identity},
  year={2018},
  volume={17},
  pages={56 - 74}
}
Abstract The Dualistic Model of Passion (DMP) proposes two types of passion, namely harmonious passion and obsessive passion. The DMP posits that the activity becomes part of one’s identity. However, little research assessed how the two types of passion relate to identity. Two important facets of identity hypothesized to be associated with passion are identity integration and identity styles. In two studies, we assessed these types of identity processes as determinants of passion. We expected… Expand
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