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Wallace, J. C., Edwards, B. D., Shull, A., & Finch, D. M. (2009). Examining the consequences in the tendency to suppress and reappraise emotions on task-related job performance. Human Performance, 22, 23-43. doi:10.1080/08959280802540957

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  • TITLE: Validity of the Emotion Regulation of Self Scale among Runners

    AUTHORS: Andrew M. Lane, Christopher J. Beedie, Damian M. Stanley, Tracey J. Devonport

    KEYWORDS: Mood, Affect, Psychological Skills, Self-Regulation, Measurement

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.2 No.6, September 26, 2011

    ABSTRACT: The Emotion Regulation of Other and Self scale (EROS: Niven, Totterdell, Stride, & Holman, 2011) was originally designed to assess strategies used to increase both pleasant and unpleasant emotions in a range of situations and over a 4 week period. The aim of the present study was to cross-validate the scale in a specific situation and over a shorter timeframe, specifically in sport competition. Participants (N = 700) completed the EROS scale whilst recalling strategies within an hour of competing in a running race of personal importance. Confirmatory factor analysis results indicate some support for the integrity of a two-factor model. Factor loadings indicated limitations with items designed to assess behavioral strategies to increase pleasant emotions and also unpleasant emotions. After removing these weak-loading items and reanalyzing data, results indicated acceptable fit indices. We suggest the scale has some utility in running but recommend that future research should develop domain- specific items.