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The determinants of the interpersonal effects of anger expression : Focusing on the influences of the justice evaluation of anger expression


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  • 怒り表出の対人的効果を規定する要因 : 怒り表出の正当性評価の影響を中心として
  • イカリ ヒョウシュツ ノ タイジンテキ コウカ オ キテイ スル ヨウイン イカリ ヒョウシュツ ノ セイトウセイ ヒョウカ ノ エイキョウ オ チュウシン ト シテ

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In this study, we asked participants (229 students, 87 male and 142 female) to describe experiences both in which they expressed anger to someone and in which someone expressed anger to them, and examined whether there were differences between expressing and expressed positions in the determinants of the interpersonal effects of anger expression. The results showed that, while the justice evaluation of anger expression by persons who expressed anger did not exert any influence on interpersonal effects, the justice evaluation of those who were expressed anger to had statistically significant influences on interpersonal effects. We suggested from this that the more justified the anger-expressed person evaluates the anger expression as, the more positive the interpersonal effects tend to become. It was also found that the strength and direction of the influences of expressing anger on interpersonal effects differed between anger-expressing and anger-expressed positions.


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