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<p><strong>Self Report DV</strong></p> <p>Mood and fatigue will significantly change by condition (depletion or rejuvenation) for the DepRej group, but not for the NeuRej group (neutral or rejuvenation). Mood is expected to be higher (more pleasant) and fatigue is expected to be lower (more energized) after rejuvenation, specifically when contrasted with the depleting add-3 task. </p> <p><strong>CET</strong></p> <p>CET will be significantly higher (less accurate) after the depleting manipulation compared to the rejuvenating condition (for participants in the DepRej group), but will not differ between the neutral and rejuvenating conditions (no condition effect for the NeuRej group). This will lead to a condition-by-group interaction. </p> <p><strong>Mediation</strong></p> <p>We do not expect to find mediation between the self-reported fatigue or mood and CET accuracy. </p>
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