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Feel good now or regret it later? The respective roles of affective attitudes and anticipated affective reactions for explaining health-promoting and health risk behavioral intentions.

Stevens CJ, Gillman AS, Gardiner CK, Montanaro EA, Bryan AD, Conner M. Feel good now or regret it later? The respective roles of affective attitudes and anticipated affective reactions for explaining health-promoting and health risk behavioral intentions. J Appl Soc Psychol. 2019 Jun; 49(6):331-348.

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