Author: Simona Prosen
Institution: University of Ljubljana
Author: Helena Smrtnik Vitulić
Institution: University of Ljubljana
Year of publication: 2014
Source: Show
Pages: 292-302
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.14.37.3.23
PDF: tner/201403/tner3723.pdf

In the presented study, selected emotion regulation (ER) strategies were designed in accordance with Gross and Thompson’s model. Students of primary education (n = 116), social pedagogy (n = 72) and preschool education (n = 54) - future human relations professionals - assessed the frequency of the use and efficiency of these ER strategies. Students use various ER strategies, the most frequent and efficient being physical activation and social support, and the least frequent and efficient being substance use. Correlations between the use and efficiency of ER strategies within the groups of students are mostly moderately high or high. There are only a few differences between the student groups in terms of perception of the use and efficiency of ER strategies.

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