General overview of the EROS project
EROS consists of a large number of researchers collaborating across five universities. Find out more about us here.
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The EROS project is divided into six core projects. To read more about these please select one of the projects below.
This project examines how emotion regulation develops during childhood and in relationships, and how it varies across situations
This project investigates the brain areas implicated in emotion regulation
This project examines whether emotion regulation strategies and goals can be processed automatically
This project explores the performance and well-being effects of emotion self-regulation
This project examines the effects of regulating others’ emotions on well-being and the quality of relationships
This project investigates a range of interventions designed to promote effective and functional emotion regulation
Information on the research staff involved in the
Information on the emotion regulation experts who advise the EROS project.
Information on other researchers we are working with.
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Academic publications arising from EROS
Non-academic publications arising from EROS
Publications not produced by EROS
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What do we mean by Emotion Regulation? Find out here with our easy guide
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