MOOD-CONGRUENT JUDGMENT IS A GENERAL EFFECT

Academic Article

Abstract

  • Mood congruency refers to a match in affective content between a person’s mood and his or her thoughts. Shows that the effect generalizes to non-self-relevant judgements with natural mood. Redefines mood-congruent judgment more broadly and thereby informs the debate about its underlying mechanisms. (Abstract amended)
  • Authors

  • Mayer, John D.
  • GASCHKE, YN
  • BRAVERMAN, DL
  • EVANS, TW
  • Status

    Publication Date

  • July 1992
  • Has Subject Area

    Keywords

  • Behavioral and Social Science
  • Mental Health
  • Digital Object Identifier (doi)

    Start Page

  • 119
  • End Page

  • 132
  • Volume

  • 63
  • Issue

  • 1