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By Farjam Jafarpour Psychiatrist. MD. PhD. DD Fellow
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25883697/counterfactual-reasoning-for-regretted-situations-involving-controllable-versus-uncontrollable-events-the-modulating-role-of-contingent-self-esteem
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Meredith R Wilkinson, Linden J Ball, David Alford
We report a study that examined the modulating impact of contingent self-esteem on regret intensity for regretted outcomes associated with controllable versus uncontrollable events. The Contingent Self-Esteem Scale (e.g., Kernis & Goldman, 2006) was used to assess the extent to which a person's sense of self-worth is based on self and others' expectations. We found that there was an influence of self-esteem contingency for controllable but not for uncontrollable regret types. For controllable regret types individuals with a high contingent (i...
2015: Advances in Cognitive Psychology
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