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The role of emotional regulation in the relationship between abusive supervision and outcomes
Occupational stress is a significant workplace health hazard. There are a variety of workplace factors, called stressors, which lead to negative outcomes for both individuals as well as organizations. Interpersonal ...
Emotional Expressivity between the United States and Brazil
Emotional expression differs according to culture and gender. Understanding such differences is important for cross-cultural communication. Brazilians are stereotyped as more emotionally expressive than other cultures. ...
The relationship between BMI, self-assessment, and brain processing of food images
Several studies have focused on cognitive processing of food-related stimuli in response to the rising obesity rates. Previous research has examined the potential connection between brain responses to pictures of food ...
Stability and importance of partner flaws' influence on romantic affect and commitment
This study aimed to understand how stability and importance of deterrents to romantic affect impact romantic affect intensity. In particular, the current study investigated how the perceived importance and stability of a ...
The role of coping potential on regulating resolved vs unresolved sadness
Emotional events are appraised primarily through their implications to an individual's well-being and the person's capabilities for coping with the event (Mesquita & Frijda, 1992). Previous research found when dealing ...