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When doing better means feeling worse: The effects of categorical cutoff points on counterfactual thinking and satisfaction, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Type

Article

Author(s)

Victoria Medvec, Kenneth Savitsky

Date Published

1997

Citations

Medvec, Victoria, and Kenneth Savitsky. 1997. When doing better means feeling worse: The effects of categorical cutoff points on counterfactual thinking and satisfaction. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 72(6): 1284-1296.

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