Essays about: "emotional regulation"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 33 essays containing the words emotional regulation.

  1. 1. Procrastination as a form of Self-regulation Failure : A review of the cognitive and neural underpinnings

    University essay from Högskolan i Skövde/Institutionen för biovetenskap

    Author : Iselin Fridén; [2020]
    Keywords : procrastination; self-regulation failure; executive functions; prefrontal cortex; nucleus accumbens; amygdala;

    Abstract : The action of postponing an intended plan is often referred to as procrastination. Research on procrastination generally views the phenomenon as a form of self-regulation failure. Self-regulation refers to the conscious and non-conscious processes that enable individuals to guide their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors purposefully. READ MORE

  2. 2. Long-term effects of a synbiotic intervention in ADHD-patients : 18-month follow-up

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för psykologi (PSY)

    Author : Jaqueline Fricke Palmell; [2020]
    Keywords : Synbiotic intervention; probiotics; prebiotics; microbiota; ADHD; autism; emotion regulation; functional impairment; lactic acid bacteria; inflammation; anti-inflammatory; Synbiotika; probiotika; prebiotika; mikrobiota; intervention; ADHD; autism; emotionsreglering; funktionsnedsättning; mjölksyrabakterier; inflammation; anti-inflammatorisk;

    Abstract : A link between the gut and the brain has been proposed to influence psychiatric disorders. Probiotics have been suggested to modify the gut microbiota and thereby improve autism symptoms in children. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has high comorbidity with other neuropsychiatric diagnoses, including autism. READ MORE

  3. 3. A Novel Approach to Youth Crime Prevention: Mindfulness Meditation Classes in South African Townships

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Katharina Kneip; [2020]
    Keywords : Juvenile delinquency; youth aggression; crime; youth crime prevention; cost-effective; crime prevention; crime rates; psychometric; survey questionnaire; psychological scales; aggression scale; self-efficacy scale; regression analysis; quantitative study; empowerment; youth agency; youth development; development; sustainable approach; self-development; Psychology; Social Psychology; abuse; trauma; risk factors; protective factors; townships; poor area; violent area; Khayelitsha; Guguletu; Mitchell s Plain; Ghetto; Africa; South Africa; Cape Town; Cape Flats; school; mindfulness meditation; mindfulness; meditation; Kabat-Zinn; future; resilience; subconsciousness; subconscious brain; emotional brain; decision making; aggression; disruptive behavior; self-efficacy; self-esteem; self-regulation; emotional regulation; subconsciousness; subconscious behavioral patterns; Neuroscience; Political Science; Development Studies; Peace and Conflict; Uppsala; Jugendgewalt; Jugendkriminalität; Jugendaggression; Aggressionsbewältigung; Gewalt; Verbrechensrate; Gewaltrate; Jugendgewaltprävention; Gewaltprävention; Survey-Studie; Umfrage; psychologische Skalen; Aggressionsskala; Selbstwirksamkeitsskala; Regressionsanalyse; Quantitative Studie; Handlungsfähigkeit; Jugend; nachhaltig; Entwicklungsarbeit; Entwicklung; Selbstentwicklung; Psychologie; Sozialpsychologie; Missbrauch; Trauma; Risikofaktor; Schutzfaktor; Townships; Armenviertel; Konfliktgebiet; Ghetto; Cape Town; Cape Flats; Khayelitsha; Südafrika; Afrika; Schule; Primarschule; weiterführende Schule; Achtsamkeit; Meditation; Mindfulness Meditation; Kabat-Zinn; Zukunft; Resilienz; Aggression; Selbstvertrauen; Selbstwirksamkeit; Selbstbewusstsein; Selstregulierung; Emotionsregulierung; unbewusste Verhaltensmuster; Unterbewusstsein; Neurowissenschaft; Politikwissenschaft; Entwicklungsstudien; Friedensforschung; Uppsala; Ungdomskriminalitet; brottslighet; förebyggande av brott; enkätundersökning; psykologiska skalor; aggressionsskala; egeneffektivitetsskala; regression; kvantitativ; ungdomsutveckling; utveckling; självutveckling; psykologi; socialpsykologi; övergrepp; trauma; riskfaktorer; skyddsfaktorer; townships; fattiga område; kriminellt område; Khayelitsha; Afrika; Sydafrika; Kapstaden; skola; mindfulness meditation; mindfulness; meditation; Kabat-Zinn; framtid; motståndskraft; aggression; störande beteende; självförmåga; självkänsla; självreglering; emotionell reglering; neurovetenskap; statsvetenskap; utvecklingsstudier; fred och konfliktstudier; Uppsala;

    Abstract : Children growing up in poor areas with high crime rates are shown to easily get involved in violent actions and criminal gangs. In South Africa, despite considerable efforts to reduce youth delinquency, youth crime rates are still disturbingly high – specifically, in the townships of the Cape Flats. READ MORE

  4. 4. Compatible spaces for emotional support of child and adolescent patients : design of in-between and outdoor spaces in healthcare settings

    University essay from SLU/Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management (from 130101)

    Author : Galina Ekström; [2020]
    Keywords : emotions; self-regulation; design; healthcare; children; adolescents; compatible spaces; in-between spaces;

    Abstract : This thesis addresses the importance for child and adolescent patients to have contact with such outdoor spaces that conform with their emotional state and promote well-being while being at healthcare settings. In some contemporary hospitals, holistic approaches to patients’ health are used in such a way that they may be beneficial for the whole healing process. READ MORE

  5. 5. If music moves us, can it make us move on? A qualitative study on musicians and the role of music in relation to emotion regulation and coping

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för psykologi

    Author : Keya Hedlin; Bror Sjöstrand; [2020]
    Keywords : Musicians; Music; Coping; Emotion; Emotion Regulation; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In the field of music psychology, many studies have suggested that music can influence emotions. This qualitative study aimed to explore the emotional and cognitive effects and usage of music by musicians, especially pertaining to coping and regulating emotions. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with ten musicians. READ MORE