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The relationship between emotion regulation and different types of inhibition

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The relationship between emotion regulation and different types of inhibition
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Crowell
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John Lawrence
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1994
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John Lawrence Crowell
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August
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Kristin J.
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Kristin J. August
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Rutgers University
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Camden Graduate School
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Emotion regulation can be viewed as the process that individuals engage in to alter the intensity, duration, or type of emotion they are experiencing. Two of the ER strategies that have been found to be effective in their ability to reduce negative emotions are reappraisal and distraction. However, the role of individual cognitive factors, particularly inhibition, on the efficacy of these strategies is not thoroughly understood. Thus, the purpose of the current research was to determine the impact of different kinds of inhibition on ER efficacy. Participants completed two cognitive tasks: the Eriksen flanker task measuring inhibitory control of attention and a memory inhibition task measuring cognitive inhibition. Participants also completed an emotion regulation task in which they were asked to view graphic pictures and use either reappraisal or distraction to reduce their negative emotional reactions. Contrary to my hypotheses, there were no significant relationships between performance on the inhibition and emotion regulation tasks. Future research should investigate whether these findings are indicative of methodological limitations or reflect the true nature of the relationship between these variables.
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Psychology
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Emotions -- Psychological aspects
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Cognition
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ETD graduate
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