Mood-as-input theory and specifc negative meeds for perseverative checking and worrying

The mood-as-input hypothesis predicts that perseveration at an open-ended task is determined by “stop rules” for the task and by the valency of the mood. Stop rules define a person's goals in task attainment, e.g. stopping after doing as much as they can, or stopping when they no longer feel li...

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Main Author: Meeten, Frances Mary
Published: University of Sussex 2010
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