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Negative affect and ruminative self-focus during everyday goal pursuit

Models of self-regulation propose that negative affect is generated when progress towards goals is perceived to be inadequate. Similarly, ruminative thinking is hypothesised to be triggered by unattained goals (Martin Tesser, 1996). We conducted an experience-sampling study in which participants recorded their negative affect, ruminative ...

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