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Self-regulatory interplay between negative and positive emotions: The case of loneliness and nostalgia

Self-regulatory interplay between negative and positive emotions: The case of loneliness and nostalgia
Self-regulatory interplay between negative and positive emotions: The case of loneliness and nostalgia
Emotion regulation and well-being
97814419-69521
67-83
Springer
Wildschut, Tim
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Sedikides, Constantine
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Cordaro, Filipo
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Nyklíček, Ivan
Vingerhoets, Ad
Zeelenberg, Marcel
Wildschut, Tim
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Sedikides, Constantine
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Cordaro, Filipo
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Nyklíček, Ivan
Vingerhoets, Ad
Zeelenberg, Marcel

Wildschut, Tim, Sedikides, Constantine and Cordaro, Filipo (2011) Self-regulatory interplay between negative and positive emotions: The case of loneliness and nostalgia. In, Nyklíček, Ivan, Vingerhoets, Ad and Zeelenberg, Marcel (eds.) Emotion Regulation and Well-Being. London, GB. Springer, pp. 67-83.

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Emotion regulation and well-being

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Published date: 2011

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Local EPrints ID: 171215
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/171215
ISBN: 97814419-69521
PURE UUID: 81592a3d-4986-4941-948c-c249a0ba7a37

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Date deposited: 14 Jan 2011 14:15
Last modified: 30 Aug 2017 05:04

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Author: Tim Wildschut
Author: Filipo Cordaro
Editor: Ivan Nyklíček
Editor: Ad Vingerhoets
Editor: Marcel Zeelenberg

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