Effects of performance feedback valence on perceptions of invested mental effort
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Highlights•3 experiments showed that feedback valence affected perceptions of invested effort.•Perceived mental effort was higher after negative than after positive feedback.•We replicated that overall effort ratings were higher than task-specific ratings.•Overall and task-specific effort ratings were both affected by feedback valence.•Thus, mental effort is best measured directly after each task, before giving feedback.

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