Emotion Regulation of Others and Self

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What makes people good at regulating others emotions, and does familiarity always breed liking?

Posted on Jul 22, 2010 by Karen Niven

Our two latest additions to the EROS project, summer students Adam Satchwell and Giulia Poerio, tell us about the research they have been conducting, supervised by Karen and Eleanor from the Sheffield work and social groups.

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Why are neurophysiological emotion regulation studies so hard to design?

Posted on Jun 25, 2010 by Tom Farrow

This month, our EROS blog is from Tom Farrow from the Sheffield Clinical Neuroscience group, who asks: Why are neurophysiological emotions regulation studies so hard to design?

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Just how common is wanting to feel worse?

Posted on Apr 26, 2010 by Dave Cameron

In a recent study, each of my participants wanted to know “Is negatively regulating my own emotions typical behaviour or am I unique for doing so?” I try my hand at generating data to answer their question.

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Men are from Mars, women are from Venus?

Posted on Mar 26, 2010 by Miriam Samad

Do women and men engage in emotional regulation in the same way?

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Colleagues quarrelling, feeling weary?: Don’t look now

Posted on Feb 01, 2010 by Peter Totterdell

Peter Totterdell discusses whether people can become emotionally drained by witnessing emotion regulation

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