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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Can Seeking Happiness Make People Happy? Paradoxical Effects of Valuing Happiness.

Study 2: Mean hedonic balance (explicitly measured positive/negative emotion ratings) as a function of experimental condition (control versus valuing happiness) and emotional context (happy versus sad film). Error bars are standard error of the mean (SEM).

Iris B. Mauss, et al. Emotion. ;11(4):807-815.
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Figure 3. From: Can Seeking Happiness Make People Happy? Paradoxical Effects of Valuing Happiness.

Study 2: Implicitly measured positive emotion as a function of experimental condition (control versus valuing happiness) and emotional context (happy versus sad film). Error bars are standard error of the mean (SEM).

Iris B. Mauss, et al. Emotion. ;11(4):807-815.
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Figure 1. From: Can Seeking Happiness Make People Happy? Paradoxical Effects of Valuing Happiness.

Study 1: Mean trait hedonic balance (positive/negative mood; Panel A), subjective well-being (Panel B), psychological well-being (Panel C), and depression symptoms (Panel D) as a function of participants’ levels of valuing happiness (low versus high) and emotional context (low versus high stress). Values depict estimates at ± 1 SD for values and levels of life stress. Error bars are standard error of the mean (SEM).

Iris B. Mauss, et al. Emotion. ;11(4):807-815.

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