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Empathising with masked targets: Limited side effects of face masks on empathy for dynamic, context-rich stimuli

Motivational consequences of counterfactual mindsets: Does counterfactual structure influence the use of conservative or risky tactics?

Should I have been more careful or less careless? The comparative nature of counterfactual thoughts alters judgments of their impact

Grandiose narcissism shapes counterfactual thinking (and regret): Direct and indirect evidence

Polarized Imagination: Partisanship Influences the Direction and Consequences of Counterfactual Thinking

Face masks reduce emotion-recognition accuracy and perceived closeness

Upward and Downward Counterfactual Thought After Loss: A Multiwave Controlled Longitudinal Study

When Ignoring Negative Feedback Is Functional: Presenting a Model of Motivated Feedback Disengagement

Dispositional optimism weakly predicts upward, rather than downward, counterfactual thinking: A prospective correlational study using episodic recall

Friends or foes? How activists and nonactivists perceive and evaluate each other

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Verpasste Chancen: Was wäre, wenn?

What We Can Learn from the Solace of “At Least” and the Sting of “If Only”

Face masks impair people’s ability to accurately classify emotional expressions

Onderzoek: mondkapjes maken sociaal verkeer een stuk lastiger, al oogt boos gezicht betrouwbaarder

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