Why Thought Suppression is Counter-Productive â PsyBlog
Tina Miller, MA,CFLE stashed this in psychology
Unsurprisingly thoughts more emotionally laden than white bears are particularly vulnerable to the rebound effect. In one study participants were asked to write about either an emotional or nonemotional everyday event (Petrie et al., 1998). It was the emotional events that were hardest for participants to suppress. Itâs as if the emotional content of a thought makes it even more likely to push back against the attempt to suppress it.
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