Learning Goals for Emotion Regulation: A Randomized Intervention Study.

Rusk, Natalie.

2011

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  • Abstract: A consistent finding from research on motivation is that when people pursue learning versus performance goals (i.e., seek to improve rather than prove their ability), they are more likely to respond constructively to stressful situations. The current study investigates the effectiveness of a workshop designed to foster learning goals for emotion regulation. Fifty participating colleg... read more
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