EROS Map - Map of EROS Research
EROS on ESRC - Full details of the EROS Award on the Economic and Social Research Council's website, including EROS publications and other outputs.
Swiss Centre for Affective Sciences - The Swiss Centre for Affective Sciences based in Geneva.
Other Academic Links
PCTWeb - A Resource for Literature on Perceptual Control Theory - Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) is a unified theory of human behaviour developed by William T. Powers, a control engineer. Some of the theory, research design and computer modelling involved in the EROS grant utilises PCT.
Institute of Work Psychology - The Institute of Work Psychology, University of Sheffield.
User Groups / Advice
Assess your own mood and get feedback - The purpose of this website is to provide a platform for an online mood assessment that is capable of interpreting mood responses. This assessment is based on the Brunel Mood Scale (BRUMS: Terry, Lane & Fogarty, 2003) that was developed to provide a quick assessment of mood states among adolescent and adult populations. For more information about the BRUMS, please click on the about the measure tab. More importantly, this website provides effective mood regulation strategies based on the pattern of completed responses in the BRUMS. These mood regulation strategies are designed to get you in the right mood to facilitate performance as you prepare for that important task ahead.
Emotional control helps runners - Prof Andy Lane speaks with to BBC on the importance of emotional control for marathon runners
Emotional control and penalty taking - Prof Andy Lane speaks to the BBC on emotions experienced by soccer players taking penalities
British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) - BASES are a key organisation for sport and exercise scientists.
MDF The Bipolar Organisation - A user-led charity that works to enable people affected by biploar disorder to take control of their lives.
Other Non-Academic Links
British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies - The BABCP is the lead organisation for cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) in the UK. We expect that the outputs of our research will help inform new developments in CBT to help people with emotional problems. In April 2009, we presented some of the first outputs of our EROS grant to this organisation. We plan to disseminate our work at future conferences including the annual conferences at the University of Exeter 15th -18th July 2009 and University of Manchester 21st -23rd July 2010.