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Experiencing emotions is part of our daily life. Sometimes, these emotions can be intense, and we need to control them. Emotion regulation (ER) describes our ability to effectively manage emotional experiences. It increases our general well-being, performance at work and personal and professional relationships; deficits in ER are connected to severe psychological disorders such as depression and anxiety.

In this project, we aim to combine non-invasive brain imaging methods with advanced multivariate analysis techniques and joint modelling to provide a novel perspective on the following questions:

  1. Can we predict which ER strategies will be most beneficial for particular people in particular situations?

  2. Can we improve ER skills through targeted training? 

Preregistered study:

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