Research Update: Expectations of Social Exclusion and Self-regulation

New research from the field of social psychology suggests that being excluded or rejected causes a decline in self-regulation. The review analyses the findings of a recent important on the link between the social exclusino and self-regulation.  Across six discrete empirical studies, social exclusion is found to be substantially impaired among people who have just received news of future rejection or social exclusion.

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