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The More Modest You are, the Happier You are: The Mediating Roles of Emotional Intelligence and Self-esteem

Modesty, often defined as a goal-direct self-presentational behavior, is highly beneficial to behavioral health regulation, self-efficacy, interpersonal relation, and group performance. Recent theories and studies have provided evidence that modesty is linked to adaptive well-being, but the potential mechanisms underlying … Continue reading

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