Venice for Evans and Norman Armitage and Conner ; Manstead n Anticipatory regret Triandis Bell it has been shown anticipating regret would result if a certain behavioural decision was made which influences both future behavioural intentions and behaviour. For example, anticipatory regret regarding unprotected sexual intercourse increased an individual’s intention to use condoms e.g. Richard et al. van der Pligt and de Vries , although in relation to a single occasion of heavy drinking, anticipating negative affect was not associated with changes in drinking intentions or behaviour Murgraff et al The nature of the behaviour and how it is perceived e.g. risky unprotected sex/less risky drinking occasion may therefore moderate the effect of anticipatory regret, and further research is needed to explore this. Venice 2016.