Feelings of Safety, Confidence, and Well-Being Increase with Routine Behavior

Abstract (via Dinah Avni-Babad)

An examination of the influence of routine behaviour on people’s feelings of safety, confidence, and well-being shows, as hypothesized, that these positive emotions increase with routine behaviour. Five studies were conducted on flights, in different neighbourhoods of the city, in the laboratory performing a routine or a non-routine task, and in seating behaviour in university classrooms. In all studies, participants reported more feelings of safety, confidence, and well-being in routine situations. Thus, routine enhances feelings of safety, confidence, and well-being in many aspects of everyday life.

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14. April 2011 by Miguel Barbosa
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