, output envy
, and input-output envy
are distinct social comparisons with distinct triggering factors; therefore, we thought it was likely that prosocial behaviors resulting from these three types of envy
would also be different.
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2009), in an investigation about envy
and envious people, revealed that there is a benign kind of envy
that influences upward motivation by increasing the desire to obtain what the envied person has yet lacks the hostility present in malicious envy
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Fireplaces also has a sister company, Easy Fireplaces, which is also based in Milnsbridge.
However, if Facebook is used to see how well an acquaintance is doing financially or how happy an old friend is in his relationship--things that cause envy
among users--use of the site can lead to feelings of depression.
In fact, envy
is the only deadly sin that is "never fun," according to German social psychologists Jan Crusius and Thomas Mussweiler in the journal "Scientific American Mind.
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The crew may have different ideas and there might be some envy
She bookends a wide-ranging social history of envy
with an explanation of its relevance to Jonson's writing, surveying anthropological, sociological, theological, and emblematic sources to describe social beliefs about envy
, the 'evil eye', and the notion of looking 'askance' or 'squinting' at an envied object (22, 26).