Use of a difference index approach to analyze the early dynamic efficiency of reappraisal and suppression

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Title
Use of a difference index approach to analyze the early dynamic efficiency of reappraisal and suppression
Journal
Methods in Psychology
Author(s)
Trentini Elena, Dan-Glauser Elise
ISSN
2590-2601
Publication state
Published
Issued date
11/2023
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
8
Pages
100112
Language
english
Abstract
We supposed that past contradictory findings on the efficiencies of emotion regulation strategies might come from temporal resolution limitations and we proposed the use of a difference index to gain sensitivity for signal differences. 102 participants reappraised, suppressed, or just watched positive or negative images, while experience, expressivity, and physiological arousal were recorded. Reappraisal regulated efficiently negative but not positive experience. Suppression presented opposite results in terms of experience, but was markedly more efficient than reappraisal on expressivity. Dynamic changes were found for physiological arousal. The difference index may be then an effective method for measuring the emotion unfolding and studying regulation dynamics.
Keywords
General Psychology, Emotion regulation
Open Access
Yes
Funding(s)
Swiss National Science Foundation / PCEFP1_186836
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