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From: Measuring resilience prospectively as the speed of affect recovery in daily life: a complex systems perspective on mental health

Fig. 2

The speed of negative and positive affect recovery for Increase and Stable groups. In these figures, the y-axis depicts the b-coefficients that represent the effect of affect (negative for a, positive for b) from the model at the corresponding lag after the unpleasant events. Lag 0 corresponds to the contemporaneous association at the moment of the unpleasant event, and lags 1–4—the associations 90, 180, 270, and 360 min, respectively, between the event and affect. The solid gray line represents the pattern of recovery of negative affect for the Stable group, and the dashed black line represents pattern of recovery of negative affect for the Increase group. Stars indicate significant (p < 0.05) differences for the level of affect from person-specific mean levels of affect

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