Induced Emotion Regulation: New Findings
Posted on May 25, 2012
A new EROS study shows that witnessing unpleasant interactions amongst coworkers can be sufficient to induce emotion regulation and leave people feeling more drained. The findings have been published in Work & Stress.
Totterdell, P., Hershcovis, M. S., Niven, K., Reich, T. C., & Stride, C. (2012). Can employees be emotionally drained by witnessing unpleasant interactions between co-workers? A diary study of induced emotion regulation. Work & Stress, 26, 112-129.