TITLE

Cognitive and Affective Consequences of Repressive Coping

AUTHOR(S)
Boden, Joseph M.; Dale, Karen L.
PUB. DATE
June 2001
SOURCE
Current Psychology;Summer2001, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p122
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This investigation examined whether repressors, individuals who seem especially reactive to emotional stimuli, would attempt to control their emotional reactions to unpleasant events, and whether such attempts would impair repressors' recall for those stimuli. Participants viewed either an unpleasant or an emotionally neutral film and then reported their mood following the film and their recall memory for details in the film. Repressors reported a more pleasant mood than nonrepressors after the unpleasant film. Repressors did not, however, differ from non-repressors in their memory for details in the film. The results suggest that while repressors are efficient regulators of emotion, the cognitive effects of the repressive coping style are less clear.
ACCESSION #
8560820

 

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