An experiment in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology that allowed participants to self-report their mood throughout the week saw fewer positive emotions in a control group that was manipulated in support of Monday blues. The results of this study point towards the effect that personal expectations can have on mood; the group that expected a negative Monday felt less positivity.
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