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Lorsque la perte de contrôle d'autrui est contagieuse : effet de l'amorçage d'un contexte de perte de contrôle sur les performances

Abstract : In three experiments, we explored the consequences of the priming of an uncontrollable situation on performance, emotions and stress level. Participants first read a short text involving a character who was confronted with a controllable vs. an uncontrollable situation. Then, in a phase presented as another study, performance to an anagram task, emotions valence and stress level were collected. Results indicate that participants primed with the uncontrollable situation perform lower, feel more negative emotions and display a higher level of stress than participants primed with the controllable situation and participants of a control group. Results are discussed in the framework of automatic perception-behavior link and of nonconscious goal contagion and pursuit.
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Jean-Baptiste Légal, Thierry Meyer. Lorsque la perte de contrôle d'autrui est contagieuse : effet de l'amorçage d'un contexte de perte de contrôle sur les performances. Bulletin de psychologie, Groupe d'étude de psychologie, 2007, pp.195-210. ⟨hal-01052935⟩

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