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Abstract The functional theory of counterfactual thinking relies heavily on the functions of “what if” and “if only”, components of the emotion of regret. It has been demonstrated that these counterfactual thoughts serve important adaptive functions, as regret is assumed to facilitate good decision making in children, preceding adulthood (O’Connor, McCormack, Feeney, 2014). For researchers, the most important questioned to ask is at what age do these counterfactual thoughts develop, and what enables them to occur. A critical review of...
Written in 1843 by Charles Dickens, across five staves, A Chistmas Carol depicts the mean-spirited and miserly character of Ebenezer Scrooge, who is haunted by four spirits, in an attempt to transform him into a kinder; more charitable man. On a surface level, the First Stave, introduces the greedy and harsh character of Scrooge, seven years after his partner’s death, being vexed by those who indulge in the joy of Christmas. He is later visited by the ghost of Marley,...
Regret is a central emotion in reflecting about the past and involves blaming oneself for having done something or not having done something (Gilovich & Medvec, 1995). Many studies have been conducted on the experience of regret in people, with regards to their decision-making process and how they can factor in the anticipated regret into their final decision. In the experience of anticipated regret, many studies have been conducted to understand the impact of anticipated regret at different points in...
Abstract Nowadays, online sales are not only very common in China, but also popular all over the world. How to determine the purchasing intention of online consumers is very important. By analyzing the purchasing behavior of online consumers, the factors of consumers’repeated purchases may be the satisfaction of goods and the brand. Loyalty and product regret will determine whether consumers buy again. Introduction Because China has a huge population, with the development of Internet technology, the business led by Alibaba...
Past research demonstrated that choices to act produce more lament than choices not to act . This past research concentrated on choices settled on in detachment and disregarded that choices are regularly made in light of before results. The authors appear in 4 analyses that these earlier results may advance activity and consequently make inaction progressively anomalous. They controlled data about an earlier result. As speculated, when earlier results were certain or missing, individuals ascribed more lament to the activity...