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Research Article

Spread the Joy: How High and Low Bias for Happy Facial Emotions Translate into Different Daily Life Affect Dynamics

Table 4

Descriptive statistics of the momentary assessment items used as nodes in the networks.

MeanAverage within-person SDAverage within-personMSSD ( with )
High bias Low bias High biasLow biasHigh biasLow bias

JOY60.2756.0712.9812.38237 (0)248 (0)
POS63.3560.0614.7614.02302 (0)312 (0)
INT58.3153.3013.2813.35263 (0)275 (1)
SAD13.9618.4911.1612.34225 (5)262 (3)
IRR15.4219.8713.0215.03302 (2)384 (1)
WOR21.8822.8813.7515.26291 (0)310 (2)
NEG32.8239.2718.7518.79565 (1)554 (0)

JOY = feeling joyful; POS = pleasant experiences; INT = feeling interested in the things around me; SAD = feeling sad; IRR = feeling irritated; WOR = worrying; NEG = unpleasant experiences; MSSD = average within-person mean squared successive difference. Note. These descriptive statistics are based on data from which linear time trends, and cyclic time of day trends have already been removed.