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The Self in Time: The Impact of Past-Focus on Well-Being and Intergroup Relations
Time perspective is a fundamental human capacity that shapes thoughts, feelings, and behaviors about the self and others. The present research explores the associations between subjective time, both positive and negative ...
From Catastrophe to Mastery: The Relationship Between Internal Control and Distress During Economic Threat
Every year, many young people navigate through a precarious job market, leading to substantial psychological distress. Across two preregistered experiments, the current program of research examines the curvilinear relationship ...
How Attachment Shapes Approaches to Sexual Need Fulfillment
Sexuality often distinguishes romantic relationships from other relationships. Because most romantic relationships are sexually monogamous, partners have important roles in meeting each others needs. Being responsive to a ...
Sorry, Not Sorry: The Effect of Transgressors' Power on Apology and Non-Apology
Power is a basic element of social relationships. Anecdotal and empirical accounts suggest power corrupts individuals behaviour and leads to situations in which apologies would be beneficial. However, the role power plays ...
Judging a Book by Its Author's Gender
Romance novels are the second-most popular genre of fiction but are viewed almost universally negatively. It is possible that these negative evaluations stem from their association with women. To explore this, we examined ...