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Context Matters - Syntax and Data Description Files

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  • Rottweiler, Anna-Lena (Augsburg University)
  • Nett, Ulrike (Augsburg University)
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    These files contain the HLM Syntax, the instructions for data preparation and the items used in the study of the paper "Context Matters in the Effectiveness of Emotion Regulation Strategies".Abstract of the paper:"In the time before an upcoming exam, anxiety is an omnipresent emotion that students may choose to regulate. To date, emotion regulation strategies have been examined in everyday life, but little is known about how these strategies work in examrelated contexts. Therefore, our aim was to explore the effectiveness of several emotion regulation strategies across two contexts (exam-related vs. non-exam-related anxiety). A total of 68 university students participated in an experience sampling study for 6 days prior to an important exam. Suppression improved mood in exam-related anxiety, while distraction improved mood only in non-exam-related anxiety. Considering these differing effects, it is important to not unilaterally classify emotion regulation strategies into effective versus ineffective but to also consider the context in which the emotion is experienced."


Update Metadata: 2020-06-04 | Issue Number: 1 | Registration Date: 2020-06-04

Rottweiler, Anna-Lena; Nett, Ulrike (2020): Context Matters - Syntax and Data Description Files. Version: V0. ICPSR - Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research. Dataset.