Predicting Choice: Distraction and Reappraisal as Strategies for Emotion Regulation

Yih, Jennifer

The present study was designed to examine to what extent the valence and arousal dimensions of high and low emotion pictures predict the strategies people choose to regulate their emotions. Using normative ratings as well as physiological measures such as corrugator electromyography (EMG) activity and electrodermal activity (EDA), the results indicate that participant chose distraction in respons... read more

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