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Spread the joy: How high and low bias for happy facial emotions translate into different daily life affect dynamics

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  1. Catharina A. Hartman
  2. Peter de Jonge

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Description: This study is part of the larger No Fun No Glory project (https://osf.io/k7rfu/). Please note that the data files are only to be used for the purpose of checking the analyses. If you would like to use the data for other purposes, please send a specified request to a.j.oldehinkel@umcg.nl. For other questions about the data, syntaxes or other information uploaded here, please contact Charlotte Vrijen (c.vrijen@umcg.nl)

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There is evidence that people commonly show a bias toward happy facial emotions during laboratory tasks, that is, they identify other people’s happy facial emotions faster than other people’s negative facial emotions. However, not everybody shows this bias. Individuals with a vulnerability for depression, for example, show a low happy bias compared to healthy controls. The main aim of this study w...

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