Affect and person specificity in mood regulation

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Corby, Emma Kate;

489 university students in three countries completed questionnaires in a study investigating affect and person specificity in the use of mood regulation strategies. The major aims of the study were to (1) describe the relationship between specific affective states and ... View more
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