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    • The effect of mood on self-referent processing in mild depression 

      Garmoe, William S. (Northern Illinois University, 1985)
      The effect of mood state on self-referent processing of mild depressives (N=42) and nondepressives (N=48) was examined. Subjects viewed a 15-minute neutral or humorous videotape, and then rated positive (nondepressed) ...
    • Mood following emotional crying : effects of differential processing 

      Sells, David J. (Northern Illinois University, 1997)
      This thesis assessed three hypotheses regarding emotional behavior: (1) emotional expression effects the character of subsequent mood, (2) emotional expression effects the ability to access emotional material in oneself, ...
    • Relationship among perceived stress, mood disturbances, and burnout in female club gymnasts 

      Gatenby, Erika L. (Northern Illinois University, 1999)
      This study examined the relationship among perceived stress, mood disturbances, and burnout using Smith's cognitive-affective model. According to this framework, perceived stress will result in greater mood disturbances ...
    • Temporary mood state, self-awareness, and time perception 

      Hawkins, Wendy L. (Northern Illinois University, 1989)
      A study was designed to examine the distinct effects of mood state and self-awareness on the perception of time. Two main hypotheses were tested. The first hypothesis was that mood state and self-awareness would interact ...