Emotional regulation questionnaire | Study Task

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Emotion is a core component of human psychology, and is strongly related to physiological responses as well. Humans do not only experience emotions, but we can also manage them; this ability is called emotional regulation. A daily life example is getting angry at something, then realizing that the angry response is not appropriate and trying to change the emotion. The degree to which people vary in how they regulate their emotions can be measured with the Emotion Regulation Questionnaire. This is a 10 item scale which taps into two emotion regulation strategies, namely Cognitive reappraisal (of emotions) and Expressive suppression (of emotions).

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