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Measuring and predicting extreme response style: A latent class approach
The purpose of this study was to explore various ways to predict and measure extreme response style, or overuse of endpoint categories in rating scales. Data was collected from a total of 913 regular participants and 240 ...
Can't get it out of my head: The role of gender in the relations between ruminative styles, negative affect, and stress behaviors
Rumination is a common mental experience that has received relatively little attention with respect to its precise dimensionality. The current research identifies seven such dimensions in the newly developed Survey of ...
Emotion perception and reactions to tests: Affective influences on test performance
The two studies presented here examine the impact of non-cognitive factors on test reactions and test performance. It is well-established that test anxiety can adversely affect test outcomes, particularly in high-stakes ...