Intentional enjoyable thought requires mental control

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Do people enjoy thinking? Previous work suggests that many people do not enjoy intentional thinking and may prefer even negative external stimulation (e.g., an electric shock) to being alone with their thoughts. One reason is that thinking may require considerable mental control and be harder to do deliberately. In an experience sampling study (N = 171), people enjoyed desirable thoughts more when...

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