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"In addition, gains, losses and other credits or charges must be separately allocated on a reasonable and consistent basis to the designated Roth account and other accounts under the plan," Mojiri-Azad and Vohs write.
Las tratare de senalar, aun a riego de incumplir el consejo de Baumeister y Vohs, antes aludido.
As past research has demonstrated (e.g., Baumeister, Bratslavsky, Finkenauer, & Vohs, 2001; Pratto & John, 1991), negative information is more salient than positive information; this was shown to be true in the current project.
Vohs said she watched a television news report about the fire on Friday evening - then a few hours later received a visit from a Springfield police officer attempting to gather information about the couple.
The use of imagery' to mentally rehearse and refine a skill, as reported by participants in the current study, has also been reported as a strategy to self-regulate future behavior in previous research (Bandura, 1997; Baumeister & Vohs, 2007).
Negative emotions though resist impacts of positive emotions and often overcome that impact at subjective basis (Baumeister, Bratslavsky, Finkenauer, and Vohs, 2001), however the effect is weak and does not interfere in benefits of positive emotions (Cohn, Fredrickson, Brown, Mikels, and Conway, 2009).
Vohs from University of Minnesota, conducted six experiments that looked at how much people were willing to spend, donate, and value money when feeling a sense of nostalgia-evoked social connectedness.
By now, the consumer may have already experienced high levels of self-regulatory resource depletion (Fennis, Janssen, and Vohs 2009), and may be more passive (Baumeister et al.
We next identify three such processes--ones that have been the subject of extensive research and theory (Vohs & Baumeister, 2011) and which may be especially relevant to the present discussion.
More specifically, persons with low self-esteem retain critical self-evaluations in comparison to high self-esteem people (Vohs & Finkel, 2006).
Vohs. "Exploding the Self-Esteem Myth." Scientific American 16 (January 2005): 50-55.