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Emotion Intelligence

The following variables relate to Emotion Intelligence:

Selection Variable Info Dataset
ESES_1 Know what causes you to feel a positive emotion FEEL Study 1
ESES_2 Use positive emotions to generate good ideas FEEL Study 1
ESES_3 Calm down when feeling angry FEEL Study 1
ESES_4 Understand what causes your emotions to change FEEL Study 1
ESES_5 Use positive emotions to generate novel solutions to old problems FEEL Study 1
ESES_6 Regulate your own emotions when under pressure FEEL Study 1
ESES_7 Correctly identify your own positive emotions FEEL Study 1
ESES_8 Correctly identify your own negative emotions FEEL Study 1
ESES_9 Get into a mood that best suits the occasion FEEL Study 1
ESES_10 Know what causes you to feel a negative emotion FEEL Study 1
ESES_11 Create emotions to enhance physical performance FEEL Study 1
ESES_12 Generate the right emotion so that creative ideas can unfold FEEL Study 1
ESES_13 Change your negative emotion to a positive emotion FEEL Study 1
ESES_14 Create a positive emotion when feeling a negative emotion FEEL Study 1
ESES_15 Recognize what emotion is being communicated through your facial expression FEEL Study 1
ESES_16 Regulate your own emotions when close to reaching a goal FEEL Study 1
ESES_17 Create emotions to enhance cognitive performance FEEL Study 1
ESES_18 Notice the emotion your body language is portraying FEEL Study 1
ESES_19 Figure out what causes you to feel differing emotions FEEL Study 1
ESES_20 Generate in yourself the emotion another person is feeling FEEL Study 1
ESES_1 Know what causes you to feel a positive emotion FEEL Study 1
ESES_2 Use positive emotions to generate good ideas FEEL Study 1
ESES_3 Calm down when feeling angry FEEL Study 1
ESES_4 Understand what causes your emotions to change FEEL Study 1
ESES_5 Use positive emotions to generate novel solutions to old problems FEEL Study 1
ESES_6 Regulate your own emotions when under pressure FEEL Study 1
ESES_7 Correctly identify your own positive emotions FEEL Study 1
ESES_8 Correctly identify your own negative emotions FEEL Study 1
ESES_9 Get into a mood that best suits the occasion FEEL Study 1
ESES_10 Know what causes you to feel a negative emotion FEEL Study 1
ESES_11 Create emotions to enhance physical performance FEEL Study 1
ESES_12 Generate the right emotion so that creative ideas can unfold FEEL Study 1
ESES_13 Change your negative emotion to a positive emotion FEEL Study 1
ESES_14 Create a positive emotion when feeling a negative emotion FEEL Study 1
ESES_15 Recognize what emotion is being communicated through your facial expression FEEL Study 1
ESES_16 Regulate your own emotions when close to reaching a goal FEEL Study 1
ESES_17 Create emotions to enhance cognitive performance FEEL Study 1
ESES_18 Notice the emotion your body language is portraying FEEL Study 1
ESES_19 Figure out what causes you to feel differing emotions FEEL Study 1
ESES_20 Generate in yourself the emotion another person is feeling FEEL Study 1
TAS_1 I'm often confused about which emotion I experience Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_2 It is hard to find the right words for my emotions Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_3 I have physical experiences that even doctors don't understand Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_4 I can easily describe my feelings Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_5 I choose to analyse my poblems rather than just describe them Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_6 When I'm upset I don't know whether I'm angry, sad, or scared Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_7 I'm often riddled by my bodily sensations Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_8 I'd rather let things go the natural course than understand why it went like it did Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_9 I have feelings that I can't really name Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_10 It is essential to be in touch with your emotions Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_11 I think it's hard to describe what my feelings towards others are Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_12 People ask me to describe my feelings more Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_13 I don't know what's going on inside me Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_14 I often do not know why I'm upset Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_15 I'd rather talk to people about their daily activities instead of their feelings Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_16 I rather watch light amusement shows than psychological dramas Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_17 It is hard for me to show my feelings even to my closest friends Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_18 I can feel very close to someone, even in moments of silence Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_19 I find it useful to explore feeling when resolving personal issues Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_20 Looking for hidden meaning in films and plays makes watching them less enjoyable Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_1 I'm often confused about which emotion I experience Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_2 It is hard to find the right words for my emotions Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_3 I have physical experiences that even doctors don't understand Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_4 I can easily describe my feelings Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_5 I choose to analyse my poblems rather than just describe them Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_6 When I'm upset I don't know whether I'm angry, sad, or scared Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_7 I'm often riddled by my bodily sensations Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_8 I'd rather let things go the natural course than understand why it went like it did Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_9 I have feelings that I can't really name Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_10 It is essential to be in touch with your emotions Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_11 I think it's hard to describe what my feelings towards others are Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_12 People ask me to describe my feelings more Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_13 I don't know what's going on inside me Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_14 I often do not know why I'm upset Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_15 I'd rather talk to people about their daily activities instead of their feelings Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_16 I rather watch light amusement shows than psychological dramas Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_17 It is hard for me to show my feelings even to my closest friends Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_18 I can feel very close to someone, even in moments of silence Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_19 I find it useful to explore feeling when resolving personal issues Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_20 Looking for hidden meaning in films and plays makes watching them less enjoyable Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_1 I'm often confused about which emotion I experience Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_2 It is hard to find the right words for my emotions Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_3 I have physical experiences that even doctors don't understand Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_4 I can easily describe my feelings Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_5 I choose to analyse my poblems rather than just describe them Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_6 When I'm upset I don't know whether I'm angry, sad, or scared Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_7 I'm often riddled by my bodily sensations Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_8 I'd rather let things go the natural course than understand why it went like it did Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_9 I have feelings that I can't really name Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_10 It is essential to be in touch with your emotions Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_11 I think it's hard to describe what my feelings towards others are Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_12 People ask me to describe my feelings more Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_13 I don't know what's going on inside me Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_14 I often do not know why I'm upset Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_15 I'd rather talk to people about their daily activities instead of their feelings Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_16 I rather watch light amusement shows than psychological dramas Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_17 It is hard for me to show my feelings even to my closest friends Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_18 I can feel very close to someone, even in moments of silence Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_19 I find it useful to explore feeling when resolving personal issues Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_20 Looking for hidden meaning in films and plays makes watching them less enjoyable Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
TAS_1 I'm often confused about which emotion I experience Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_2 It is hard to find the right words for my emotions Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_3 I have physical experiences that even doctors don't understand Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_4 I can easily describe my feelings Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_5 I choose to analyse my poblems rather than just describe them Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_6 When I'm upset I don't know whether I'm angry, sad, or scared Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_7 I'm often riddled by my bodily sensations Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_8 I'd rather let things go the natural course than understand why it went like it did Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_9 I have feelings that I can't really name Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_10 It is essential to be in touch with your emotions Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_11 I think it's hard to describe what my feelings towards others are Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_12 People ask me to describe my feelings more Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_13 I don't know what's going on inside me Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_14 I often do not know why I'm upset Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_15 I'd rather talk to people about their daily activities instead of their feelings Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_16 I rather watch light amusement shows than psychological dramas Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_17 It is hard for me to show my feelings even to my closest friends Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_18 I can feel very close to someone, even in moments of silence Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_19 I find it useful to explore feeling when resolving personal issues Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
TAS_20 Looking for hidden meaning in films and plays makes watching them less enjoyable Leuven emotions in daily life 2011
IRI_1 I daydream and fantasize, with some regularity, about things that might happen to me. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_2 I often have tender, concerned feelings for people less fortunate than me. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_3 I sometimes find it difficult to see things from the "other guy's point of view. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_4 Sometimes I don't feel very sorry for other people when they are having problems. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_5 I really get involved with the feelings of the characters in a novel. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_6 In emergency situations, I feel apprehensive and ill-at-ease. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_7 I am usually objective when I watch a movie or play, and I don't often get completely caught up in it. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_8 I try to look at everybody's side of a disagreement before I make a decision. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_9 When I see someone being taken advantage of, I feel kind of protective towards them. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_10 I sometimes feel helpless when I am in the middle of a very emotional situation. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_11 I sometimes try to understand my friends better by imagining how things look from their perspective. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_12 Becoming extremely involved in a good book or movie is somewhat rare for me. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_13 When I see someone get hurt, I tend to remain calm. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_14 Other people's misfortunes do not usually disturb me a great deal. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_15 If I'm sure I'm right about something, I don't waste much time listening to other people's arguments. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_16 After seeing a play or movie, I have felt as though I were one of the characters. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_17 Being in a tense emotional situation scares me. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_18 When I see someone being treated unfairly, I sometimes don't feel very much pity for them. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_19 I am usually pretty effective in dealing with emergencies. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_20 I am often quite touched by things that I see happen. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_21 I believe that there are two sides to every question and try to look at them both. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_22 I would describe myself as a pretty soft-hearted person. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_23 When I watch a good movie, I can very easily put myself in the place of a leading character. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_24 I tend to lose control during emergencies. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_25 When I'm upset at someone, I usually try to "put myself in his shoes" for a while. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_26 When I am reading an interesting story or novel, I imagine how I would feel if the events in the story were happening to me. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_27 When I see someone who badly needs help in an emergency, I go to pieces. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
IRI_28 Before criticizing somebody, I try to imagine how I would feel if I were in their place. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
SEI_1 Sometimes my moods get the best of me Emotional events in daily life
SEI_2 I am capable of staying in control during an argument Emotional events in daily life
SEI_3 I think my biggest problem is my inability to control my emotions Emotional events in daily life
SEI_4 I feel that I am master of my own emotions Emotional events in daily life
SEI_5 I can keep myself calm even in highly stressful situations Emotional events in daily life
SEI_6 When I get upset, it takes me a long time to settle down Emotional events in daily life
SEI_7 I don’t let anxiety get the best of me Emotional events in daily life
SEI_8 Many times when I feel depressed, I wonder why I can’t just snap out of it Emotional events in daily life
SEI_9 I do not stay upset for too long Emotional events in daily life
SEI_10 Sometimes even little things bother me for days Emotional events in daily life
SEI_11 It takes a lot to get me upset Emotional events in daily life
SEI_12 I often feel overwhelmed by feelings I don’t want to have Emotional events in daily life
TMMS_5 Sometimes I can't tell what my feelings are Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_6 I am rarely confused about how I feel Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_11 I can never tell how I feel Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_13 My beliefs and opnions always seem to change depending on how I feel Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_14 I am often aware of my feelings on a matter Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_15 I am usually confused about how I feel Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_19 I feel at ease about my emotions Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_21 I can't make sense out of my feelings Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_25 I am usually very clear about my feelings Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_28 I usually know my feelings about a matter Leuven couples study 2016
TMMS_30 I almost always know exactly how I am feeling Leuven couples study 2016
TAS_1 I'm often confused about which emotion I experience Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_2 It is hard to find the right words for my emotions Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_3 I have physical experiences that even doctors don't understand Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_4 I can easily describe my feelings Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_5 I choose to analyse my poblems rather than just describe them Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_6 When I'm upset I don't know whether I'm angry, sad, or scared Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_7 I'm often riddled by my bodily sensations Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_8 I'd rather let things go the natural course than understand why it went like it did Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_9 I have feelings that I can't really name Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_10 It is essential to be in touch with your emotions Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_11 I think it's hard to describe what my feelings towards others are Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_12 People ask me to describe my feelings more Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_13 I don't know what's going on inside me Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_14 I often do not know why I'm upset Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_15 I'd rather talk to people about their daily activities instead of their feelings Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_16 I rather watch light amusement shows than psychological dramas Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_17 It is hard for me to show my feelings even to my closest friends Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_18 I can feel very close to someone, even in moments of silence Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_19 I find it useful to explore feeling when resolving personal issues Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_20 Looking for hidden meaning in films and plays makes watching them less enjoyable Leuven emotions in daily life 2008
TAS_1 I'm often confused about which emotion I experience 50 beeps per day
TAS_2 It is hard to find the right words for my emotions 50 beeps per day
TAS_3 I have physical experiences that even doctors don't understand 50 beeps per day
TAS_4 I can easily describe my feelings 50 beeps per day
TAS_5 I choose to analyse my poblems rather than just describe them 50 beeps per day
TAS_6 When I'm upset I don't know whether I'm angry, sad, or scared 50 beeps per day
TAS_7 I'm often riddled by my bodily sensations 50 beeps per day
TAS_8 I'd rather let things go the natural course than understand why it went like it did 50 beeps per day
TAS_9 I have feelings that I can't really name 50 beeps per day
TAS_10 It is essential to be in touch with your emotions 50 beeps per day
TAS_11 I think it's hard to describe what my feelings towards others are 50 beeps per day
TAS_12 People ask me to describe my feelings more 50 beeps per day
TAS_13 I don't know what's going on inside me 50 beeps per day
TAS_14 I often do not know why I'm upset 50 beeps per day
TAS_15 I'd rather talk to people about their daily activities instead of their feelings 50 beeps per day
TAS_16 I rather watch light amusement shows than psychological dramas 50 beeps per day
TAS_17 It is hard for me to show my feelings even to my closest friends 50 beeps per day
TAS_18 I can feel very close to someone, even in moments of silence 50 beeps per day
TAS_19 I find it useful to explore feeling when resolving personal issues 50 beeps per day
TAS_20 Looking for hidden meaning in films and plays makes watching them less enjoyable 50 beeps per day

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