Validating emotion regulation
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Interpersonal emotion regulation refers to the process of trying to influence the way another person or persons feel.
It is sometimes termed extrinsic emotion regulation or interpersonal emotion management.
Recent work in the Creel lab shows that preschoolers are able to use who is talking to limit the set of things that person might talk about.
Though prediction has been proposed across a variety of neural domains, language has not traditionally been one of them - until recently.
Our apologies in advance for uncertainties, errors, and omissions. But you simply cannot find the answer to the BIG questions, like "What is my purpose? Humans naturally and automatically move towards what feels good, and away from what feels bad, including emotions. Who wants to difficult emotions like sadness, embarrassment, anger or anxiety?The problem emerges when we get so good at avoiding our emotions, we loose the access to the important function they serve.First, in 2001, a new questionnaire was developed, named the Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (CERQ), measuring one’s cognitive emotion regulation strategies after the experience of negative life stress or trauma.A manual demonstrating the reliability and validity had officially been published.