Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: How mindfulness training promotes positive emotions: Dismantling acceptance skills training in two randomized controlled trials.

Mindfulness meditation interventions—which train skills in monitoring present-moment experiences with a lens of acceptance—have shown promise for increasing positive emotions. Using a theory-based approach, we hypothesized that learning acceptance skil…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: New recommendations for testing indirect effects in mediational models: The need to report and test component paths.

In light of current concerns with replicability and reporting false-positive effects in psychology, we examine Type I errors and power associated with 2 distinct approaches for the assessment of mediation, namely the component approach (testing individ…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: “Wisdom, bias, and balance: Toward a process-sensitive measurement of wisdom-related cognition”: Correction to Brienza et al. (2017).

Reports an error in “Wisdom, bias, and balance: Toward a process-sensitive measurement of wisdom-related cognition” by Justin P. Brienza, Franki Y. H. Kung, Henri C. Santos, D. Ramona Bobocel and Igor Grossmann (Journal of Personality and Social Psycho…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: <em>Lean in</em> messages increase attributions of women’s responsibility for gender inequality.

Although women’s underrepresentation in senior-level positions in the workplace has multiple causes, women’s self-improvement or “empowerment” at work has recently attracted cultural attention as a solution. For example, the bestselling book Lean In st…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Can you get the magic back? The moderating effect of passion decay beliefs on relationship commitment.

The present research introduces the construct of a decay theory of passion—a lay belief that romantic passion decline is irreversible—and investigates how this construct interacts with existing levels of passion for one’s romantic partner to predict lo…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: How to give away your cake and eat it too: Relinquishing control prompts reciprocal generosity.

Many resource allocations confer two rewards, but these rewards typically work in opposition to one another: Reputational rewards come to those who give and material rewards to those who receive. Eight studies reveal that abdicating a resource allocati…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Reciprocal support and daily perceived control: Developing a better understanding of daily support transactions across a major life transition.

A paradox of social support has been well documented: believing that support is available and perceiving high levels of it has well-established mental health benefits, but the actual receipt of support is often found to be ineffective and even detrimen…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The interplay of personality and functional health in old and very old age: Dynamic within-person interrelations across up to 13 years.

Conceptual and empirical work has long suggested that personality and health are closely intertwined later in life. Little is known, however, about the nature and direction of time-ordered associations between the 2 domains within-persons. We applied c…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Wisdom, bias, and balance: Toward a process-sensitive measurement of wisdom-related cognition.

[Correction Notice: An Erratum for this article was reported in Vol 115(6) of Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (see record 2018-63189-002). In the article, the original supplemental material has been revised to include a clarifying note to …

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Modeling bivariate change in individual differences: Prospective associations between personality and life satisfaction.

A number of structural equation models have been developed to examine change in 1 variable or the longitudinal association between 2 variables. The most common of these are the latent growth model, the autoregressive cross-lagged model, the autoregress…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The psychological health benefits of accepting negative emotions and thoughts: Laboratory, diary, and longitudinal evidence.

Individuals differ in the degree to which they tend to habitually accept their emotions and thoughts without judging them—a process here referred to as habitual acceptance. Acceptance has been linked with greater psychological health, which we propose …

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