Emotionregulationflexibility, Stress, and Resilience
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Emotionregulationflexbility, Stress, & Resilience
In this project we investigate the concept of emotion regulation flexibility – the capacity to adapt one’s regulatory strategies to incurring contextual demands. Emotion regulation flexibility is hypothesized to comprise of three components: context sensitivity, regulatory repertoire, and feedback monitoring. This project will implement electroencephalography (EEG) in order to measure event-related potentials (ERPs) that could serve as neural indices for context- and feedback sensitivity. The goal is to test whether these ERPs can be used to predict acute stress coping and resilience over time.
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dr. Henrik Walter, Prof. Katja Wingenfeld, Dr. Gina-Isabelle Henze
contact: Renée Lipka (email@example.com)