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If I had never met you : counterfactual thinking and romantic relationships
The present study examined a sample of 260 individuals, between the ages of 18 and 29, in romantic relationships. The main focus of this research was to identify the ways in which individuals view the function of their ...
"What if I had never been depressed?": effect of counterfactual thinking on stigma for individuals who have experienced depression
Depression is identified as one of the most common mental illnesses in the United States (NIMH, 2014). To understand such prevalence, many researchers have focused on the cognitive patterns associated with depression, ...
The implications of counterfactual thoughts on military members and veterans
While there is a plethora of research conducted on therapeutic techniques for military service members and veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), there is little information about how certain cognitive processes ...
Depression, control, and counterfactual potency: a proposed moderated mediation model of counterfactual thinking and performance
The functional theory of counterfactual thinking was created to explain the purpose and corresponding outcomes of counterfactual thoughts, thoughts in which individuals imagine how differences in past life events may have ...
Ethnic identity and counterfactual thinking
Ethnicity is an important component of many people's identities and ethnic identity is socialized from one generation to another through families, communities, and the wider cultural ecosystem (Browne, 2013; Ashmore et ...