Post-event processing following social and nonsocial evaluative feedback: The moderating roles of social anxiety and emotion regulation

Altheimer, Gizem.


  • Abstract: Post-event processing (PEP) is a process whereby people brood over social events after they occur. In Study 1 (N = 101), we examined whether giving participants social (vs. nonsocial) performance feedback would predict higher PEP following an evaluative task. While this was not supported, we found a pattern suggesting that, in the week following the event, those who were high in social ... read more
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