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There are 5 included publications by Ann Phillips :
Are rumination and reflection types of self-focused attention?
The study of self-focused attention explores both state self-focus (objective self-awareness) and individual-differences in trait self-focus (self-consciousness). Trapnell and Campbell (1999) proposed a motivational model of individual-differences in...
Emotion concepts and self- focused attention: Exploring parallel effects of emotional states and emotional knowledge.
Many experiments have found that emotional experience affects self-focused attention. Several approaches to cognition and emotion predict that conscious emotional experience may be unnecessary for this effect. To test this hypothesis, two experiments...
Evaluating self-reflection and insight as self-conscious traits.
Recent years have seen several new models of individual-differences in self-consciousness. The present research evaluated self-reflection and insight as types of self-focused attention. In the self-reflection and insight model, both traits represent ...
Individual differences in self-discrepancies and emotional experience: Do distinct discrepancies predict distinct emotions?
Self-Discrepancy Theory (SDT) proposes that ideal-self discrepancies predict dejection/depression and ought-self discrepancies predict agitation/anxiety, but individual differences research has rarely found clear support for this pattern. After consi...
Self-awareness, self-evaluation, and creativity.
The present research examined when self-evaluation influences creativity. Based on objective self-awareness theory, the authors predicted that feeling able to improve would buffer against the detrimental effects of self-evaluation on creativity. Two ...