Psychology of Emotion

Feelings about Being a Parent, or Being Childless

John Barry - University College London, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Apr
4
2017

This survey is about people’s feelings about being a parent, or being childless for whatever reason. Do men and women make these decisions differently, and does sexual orientation have an impact? Please tell us your thoughts and feelings in this anonymous and confidential survey.

Emotional Intelligence: Ability and Perception

Rachel Nichols - University of Worcester, UK.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
Dec
23
2015

This study examines differences in ability and perception with regard to emotional intelligence, and some personality traits which may lead to any such difference.

Participants will require access to a recent version of their browser, with sound and Java enabled (where applicable).

A Comparison of Coping strategies

Georgia Mills and Eva Sundin - Nottingham Trent University, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Dec
21
2015

The purpose of this research is to explore which coping mechanisms are used by adult men and women of a sexual minority, and to examine the possible differences between representatives from this population with those from a heterosexual population.

Using an Apple App to Track Your Mood with Phone/Tablet Use

Dr. Craig Steel and David Angell - University of Reading, UK.

Time to complete - 2 hours
Jul
22
2015

This study will require you to download an app for use over a two week period to provide education on emotion and how best to deal with unpleasant emotions. This app will require up to 10 minutes of your time each day.

iPad, iPhone and iTouch only! With this app you will be able to track your mood over the two weeks and will have different tasks to com plete as well as some information on emotion and how it works. Download the app on the url provided or search the app store for ‘reading catastrophising’. The app will last for two weeks and as you progress more will unlock.

Unconditional Love? An investigation into Love Styles and Conflict Resolution in Long Term Relationships

Rachelle Louise Emanuel - University of Roehampton, UK.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
Apr
7
2015

Unconditional Love? An investigation into Love Styles & Conflict Resolution in Long Term Relationships This study will investigate the relationship between an individual’s own love style and the part that this attachment style plays in everyday conflict within a long term relationship. Individuals who have been in a long term relationship (with a minimum du ration of a year) either past or present may apply.

How do you Control your Emotions?

David Angell and Dr Craig Steel - University of Reading, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Apr
7
2015

This study is a short series of three questionnaires in order to validate a questionnaire on how we control our emotions.

Does Priming with Disgusting Images Enhance the Ability to Identify the Emotion of Disgust in Faces?

Emily Parker and Anthony Littler - Stirling University, Scotland, UK.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
Nov
18
2014

My study is to test the impact of disgusting images on identifying a disgusted face. The participant will be asked their view of health and opinions of disease and then they will be shown disgusted images and disgusted faces and measured on how their opinions changed after the images.

Self-Harm and Emotion Regulation

Assistant Professor Mark Mehu and Leigh Wallas - Webster University Vienna, USA.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Jan
26
2014

We are interested in exploring the ways young adults may regulate difficult emotions, through behaviours such as self-harm, and how this kind of experience may impact their mental health. We hope that by understanding the function of self-harm we can design effective interventions for young adults in the future.

Development of Scale to Measure Prevalence of Emotion Based Behaviours

Dr Rachel Grieve and Jane Hyde - University of Tasmania, Australia.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Jul
8
2013

The purpose of this survey is to investigate whether one’s belief about their own emotional skills is associated with how they use their emotional skills in real-life situations.

Emotion and Personality

Craig A. Smith - Vanderbilt University, USA.

Time to complete - 1 hr 15 minutes.
Mar
8
2012

This is an online survey in which you will be first asked to recall, describe, and rate a past experience in which you experienced a particular emotion, and next to complete a series of personality questionnaires.

Playing With Emotions: The Relationship between Video Game Usage and Depression

Jeremy Lyne - Friends University, USA.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Dec
19
2011

This study seeks to determine a connection between playing video games and depression.

Inner Choice, Online Test Estimating People’s Emotional Attitude to Anything

Denis Vitman, Eugenia Tikhvinskaja and Andrej Evdokov - Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia.

Time to complete - 5 minutes
Aug
9
2011

Online test in Russian and English related to emotions study. We have decided to join several verified projective psychological methods into single test estimating people’s emotional attitude to anything

Positive Emotional Experience Survey

Dr. Leslie D. Kirby and Rebecca Garden. - Vanderbilt University, USA.
Feb
21
2011

This is an anonymous survey that examines the psychological properties of two different emotional experiences. It usually takes 45 – 50 minutes to complete.

Interspecific Emotion Recognition: Do You Speak “Dog?”

Michele Wan. - Columbia University, USA).
Dec
5
2010

This study investigates human interpretations of emotion in dog behavior. You can participate if you are at least 18 years old. You do not need to have a dog.

Disgust Study

Daniel M.T. Fessler (UCLA, USA); Katinka Quintelier (Ghent University, USA) -
Nov
21
2010

We ask you to rate pictures and behavior and provide details about how you feel at the moment. We are especially looking for people between 40 and 60.

Value of Experience Survey

Dr. Simone Schnall, Dr. Mathew White & Bobo Lau - University of Cambridge & University of Plymouth
Dec
13
2009

The survey aims at understanding people’s opinions on their everyday emotional experiences, and will take around 15 min

Emotional Intelligence and Decision Making

Mazveen Saggu - The University of Edinburgh
Dec
13
2009

This study looks at the effects of emotional intelligence on the contentment and confidence of one’s decision-making. You will be asked questions about decision-making and also about your perception, understanding and management of emotions.

How do we Influence the Feelings of those Close to us?

Dr Karen Niven & Dr David Holman - University of Sheffield
May
27
2009

This study seeks to examine the ways in which people deliberately try to influence the emotions of their partners, friends and co-workers. The study takes 10-15 minutes to complete and your input is highly appreciated

What Disgusts Humans?

Micheal de Barra & Val Curtis - London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Feb
5
2009

This study tests ideas about what people find disgusting and why. Results will help us build a tool for measuring individual differences in disgust sensitivity

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