Leuven emotions in daily life 2012

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Citation article

Title:
Distinguishing between level and impact of rumination as predictors of depressive symptoms: An experience sampling study.
Authors:
Pasyugina, I., Koval, P., De Leersnyder, J., Mesquita, B., Kuppens, P.
Year of publication:
2015
Journal name:
Cognition and Emotion
Volume number:
29
Issue number:
4
Page numbers:
736–746
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1080/02699931.2014.932755

Measure details

Baseline session:
Yes
Followup session:
Yes
Study design:
An ESM study, with a baseline and follow session, assessing experiences of emotion and emotion regulation in daily life for 7 days.
ESM measurement waves:
1
Ethics granting body:
---
Ethics protocol number:
Unknown.

Study details

Location:
Belgium
Background information:
Baseline occurred on the same day as the start of the ESM component of the study. The follow up session occurred on Day 9, one day after the last day of ESM.
Language:
Dutch
Setting:
IP
Collection platform:
mobileQ
Days of ESM data collection:
9
Number of ESM measures per day:
10
Sampling schedule:
stratified random interval
ESM schedule start time:
---
ESM schedule end time:
---
ESM schedule duration:
---

Sample details

Type of sample:
---
Recruitment information:
Recruited through advertisements around Leuven, Belgium.
Incentives:
40€
Exclusions:
7 withdrew early because the study was more time-consuming than expected.

Contact info

Contact:
Peter Koval
Contact email:
p.koval@unimelb.edu.au
Selection Variable Info Assessment type Constructs
EXP_COND Experimental Condition (Phone) ESM
STUDY_PHASE Study period ESM
HAP how HAPPY do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT HAPPINESS POSITIVE_AFFECT
SAD how SAD do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT SADNESS
STR how STRESSED do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT STRESS
RLX how RELAXED do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT RELAXATION
PROUD how PROUD do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT PRIDE
ELATED How ELATED do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT EXCITEMENT HAPPINESS POSITIVE_AFFECT
TRUST how TRUSTING in others do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT SOCIAL
CONNECT how CONNECTED to others do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT SOCIAL
ANG how ANGRY do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT ANGER NEGATIVE_AFFECT
DISAP how DISAPPOINTED do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT DISAPPOINTMENT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
INDEBT how IN DEBT do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT SOCIAL
SHAM how ASHAMED you feel right now? ESM AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT SHAME
CONTEMPT How SCORNFUL do you feel right now? ESM AFFECT CONTEMPT DISGUST NEGATIVE_AFFECT
EFFORT Since the last beep, have you tried to change your feelings? ESM EFFORT EMOTION_REGULATION
RUM1 Since the last beep, have you focused on your feelings? ESM EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RUM2 Since the last beep, have you been worrying? ESM EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
DIST1 Since the last beep, how much have you diverted your attention from your feelings? ESM DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
AUTONOMY1 Since the last beep I was able to make my own choices, realize my ideas or get what I am entitled to. ESM AGENCY AUTONOMY SELF
RELATEDNESS1 Since the last beep, there has been respect for the bond between people, others have been faithful or loyal, or respected the norms and duties of our group. ESM RELATEDNESS SOCIAL
AUTONOMY2 Since the last beep I have shown others what I can do, what I am capable of, what I can achieve ESM AGENCY AUTONOMY SELF
AUTONOMY3 Since the last beep I have succeeded in my intention, goal or plan ESM AGENCY AUTONOMY SELF
RELATEDNESS2 Since the last beep I have done my best to help others to meet their needs ESM RELATEDNESS SOCIAL
RELATEDNESS3 Since the last beep I have been loyal to the people with whom I have a close relationship ESM RELATEDNESS SOCIAL
SITSEL Checkbox - avoided the situation ESM EMOTION_REGULATION SITUATION_SELECTION STRATEGY
SITMOD Checkbox - influenced the situation ESM EMOTION_REGULATION SITUATION_MODIFICATION STRATEGY
DIST2 Checkbox - distracted yourself ESM DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RUM3 Checkbox - worried ESM EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
REAP Checkbox - changed your perspective ESM EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
SUPR Checkbox - suppressed expression ESM EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
SOCSHR Checkbox - talked about it ESM EMOTION_REGULATION SOCIAL_SHARING STRATEGY
NO_ER Checkbox - Nothing ESM EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
EVENT Has anything happened since the last beep? ESM EVENT NEGATIVE_EVENT POSITIVE_EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT
TIPI_1 Extraverted, enthusiastic Baseline EXTRAVERSION PERSONALITY
TIPI_2 Critical, quarrelsome Baseline AGREEABLENESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_3 Dependable, self-disciplined Baseline CONSCIENTIOUSNESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_4 Anxious, easily upset Baseline NEUROTICISM PERSONALITY
TIPI_5 Open to new experiences, complex Baseline OPENNESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_6 Reserved, quiet Baseline EXTRAVERSION PERSONALITY
TIPI_7 Sympathetic, warm Baseline AGREEABLENESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_8 Disorganized, careless Baseline CONSCIENTIOUSNESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_9 Calm, emotionally stable Baseline NEUROTICISM PERSONALITY
TIPI_10 Conventional, uncreative Baseline OPENNESS PERSONALITY
IDEAL_AFFECT_1 Enthusiastic Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_2 Peaceful Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_3 Agitated Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_4 Disappointed Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_5 Excited Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_6 Calm Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_7 Proud Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_8 Angry Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_9 Ashamed Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_10 Elated Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_11 Satisfied Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_12 Lazy Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_13 Owing someone Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_14 Anxious Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_15 Satisfied Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_16 Inactive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_17 Connected Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_18 Lethargic Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_19 Happy Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_20 inert (lacking energy) Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_21 Hostile Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_22 Surprised Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_23 Unhappy Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_24 Trusting Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_25 Lonely Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_26 Nervous Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_27 Amazed Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_28 Relaxed Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_29 Sad Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_30 Passive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
IDEAL_AFFECT_31 Sleepy Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_1 Enthusiastic Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_2 Peaceful Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_3 Agitated Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_4 Disappointed Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_5 Excited Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_6 Calm Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_7 Proud Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_8 Angry Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_9 Ashamed Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_10 Elated Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_11 Satisfied Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_12 Lazy Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_13 Owing someone Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_14 Anxious Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_15 Satisfied Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_16 Inactive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_17 Connected Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_18 Lethargic Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_19 Happy Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_20 inert (lacking energy) Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_21 Hostile Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_22 Surprised Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_23 Unhappy Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_24 Trusting Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_25 Lonely Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_26 Nervous Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_27 Amazed Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_28 Relaxed Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_29 Sad Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_30 Passive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
OUGHT_AFFECT_31 Sleepy Baseline AFFECT BELIEF GOAL
CESD_1 1. I was bothered by things that usually don’t bother me. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_2 2. I did not feel like eating; my appetite was poor. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_3 3. I felt that I could not shake off the blues even with help from my family or friends. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_4 4. I felt I was just as good as other people. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_5 5. I had trouble keeping my mind on what I was doing. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_6 6. I felt depressed. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_7 7. I felt that everything I did was an effort. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_8 8. I felt hopeful about the future. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_9 9. I thought my life had been a failure. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_10 10. I felt fearful. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_11 11. My sleep was restless. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_12 12. I was happy. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_13 13. I talked less than usual. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_14 14. I felt lonely. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_15 15. People were unfriendly. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_16 16. I enjoyed life. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_17 17. I had crying spells. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_18 18. I felt sad. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_19 19. I felt that people dislike me. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_20 20. I could not get “going.” Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
IISCS_1 I have respect for the authority figures with whom I interact. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_2 It is important for me to maintain harmony within my group. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
PVQ_2 It is important to her to be rich. She wants to have a lot of money and expensive things. Baseline POWER VALUES
IISCS_3 My happiness depends on the happiness of those around me. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_4 I would offer my seat on a train to my professor. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_5 I respect people who are modest about themselves. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_6 I will sacrifice my self interest for the benefit of the group I am in. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_7 I often have the feeling that my relationships with others are more important than my own accomplishments. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_8 I should take into consideration my parents' advice when making education. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_9 It is important to me to respect decisions made by the group. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_10 I usually go along with what others want to do, even when I would rather do something different. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_11 If my brother or sister fails, I feel responsible. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_22 I enjoy being unique and different from others in many respects. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_12 Even when I strongly disagree with group members, I avoid an argument. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_13 I'd rather say "No" directly, than risk being misunderstood. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_14 Speaking up during a class is not a problem for me. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_15 Having a lively imagination is important to me. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_16 I am uncomfortable with being singled out for praise or rewards. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_17 I act the same way at home that I do at school. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_18 Being able to take care of myself is a primary concern for me. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_19 I act the same way no matter who I am with. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_20 I can address a person who I meet for the first time by their first name, even when this person is much older than I am. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_21 I prefer to be direct and forthright when dealing with people I've just met. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
RRS_NL_7 I think about how I don’t seem to feel anything anymore. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_8 I think “Why can’t I get going?” Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_9 I think “Why do I always react this way?” Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
IISCS_23 My personal identity, independent of others, is very important to me. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
IISCS_24 I value being in good health above everything. Baseline SELF SELF_CONSTRUAL
PBRS-A_1 I need to think about things to find answers to how I feel Baseline BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_2 Thinking about things helps me to understand past mistakes and failures Baseline BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_3 I need to think about the causes of the feelings I experience Baseline BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_4 Thinking about my emotions helps me to recognise the triggers for how I feel Baseline BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_5 I need to think about things that have happened in the past to make sense of them Baseline BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_6 In order to understand my feelings, I need to think about my life Baseline BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_7 Thinking about the past helps me to prevent future mistakes and failures Baseline BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_8 Thinking about the past helps me to work out how things could have been done better Baseline BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_9 Thinking about my problems helps me to focus on the most important things Baseline BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PANAS_1 Interested Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_3 Distressed Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_5 Excited Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_7 Upset Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_9 Strong Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_11 Guilty Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_13 Scared Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_15 Hostile Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_17 Enthusiastic Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_19 Proud Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_2 Irritable Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_4 Alert Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_6 Ashamed Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_8 Inspired Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_10 Nervous Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_12 Determined Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_14 Attentive Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_16 Jittery Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_18 Active Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_20 Afraid Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PVQ_1 Thinking up new ideas and being creative is important to her. She likes to do things in her own original way. Baseline SELF_DIRECTION VALUES
RRS_NL_10 I go away by myself and think about why I feel this way. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REFLECTION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_11 I write down what I am thinking about and analyze it. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REFLECTION STRATEGY
PVQ_3 She thinks it is important that every person in the world be treated equally. She believes everyone should have equal opportunities in life. Baseline UNIVERSALISM VALUES
PVQ_4 It's very important to her to show her abilities. She wants people to admire what she does. Baseline ACHIEVEMENT VALUES
PVQ_5 It is important to her to live in secure surroundings. She avoids anything that might endanger her safety. Baseline SECURITY VALUES
PVQ_6 She thinks it is important to do lots of different things in life. She always looks for new things to try. Baseline STIMULATION VALUES
PVQ_7 She believes that people should do what they're told. She thinks people should follow rules at all times, even when no-one is watching. Baseline CONFORMITY VALUES
PVQ_8 It is important to her to listen to people who are different from her. Even when she disagrees with them, she still wants to understand them. Baseline UNIVERSALISM VALUES
PVQ_9 She thinks it's important not to ask for more than what you have. She believes that people should be satisfied with what they have. Baseline TRADITION VALUES
PVQ_10 She seeks every chance she can to have fun. It is important to her to do things that give her pleasure. Baseline HEDONISM VALUES
PVQ_11 It is important to her to make her own decisions about what she does. She likes to be free to plan and to choose her activities for herself. Baseline SELF_DIRECTION VALUES
PVQ_12 It's very important to her to help the people around her. She wants to care for their well-being. Baseline BENEVOLENCE VALUES
PVQ_13 Being very successful is important to her. She likes to impress other people. Baseline ACHIEVEMENT VALUES
PVQ_14 It is very important to her that her country be safe. She thinks the state must be on watch against threats from within and without. Baseline SECURITY VALUES
PVQ_15 She likes to take risks. She is always looking for adventures. Baseline STIMULATION VALUES
RRS_NL_12 I think about a recent situation, wishing it had gone better. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_13 I think “Why do I have problems other people don’t have?” Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
PVQ_16 It is important to her always to behave properly. She wants to avoid doing anything people would say is wrong. Baseline CONFORMITY VALUES
PVQ_17 It is important to her to be in charge and tell others what to do. She wants people to do what she says. Baseline POWER VALUES
PVQ_18 It is important to her to be loyal to her friends. She wants to devote herself to people close to her. Baseline BENEVOLENCE VALUES
PVQ_19 She strongly believes that people should care for nature. Looking after the environment is important to her. Baseline UNIVERSALISM VALUES
PVQ_20 Religious belief is important to her. She tries hard to do what her religion requires. Baseline TRADITION VALUES
PVQ_21 Enjoying life’s pleasures is important to her. She likes to ‘spoil’ herself. Baseline HEDONISM VALUES
ERQ_1 When I want to feel more positive emotion (such as joy or amusement), I change what I’m thinking about. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_2 I keep my emotions to myself. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_3 When I want to feel less negative emotion (such as sadness or anger), I change what I’m thinking about. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_4 When I am feeling positive emotions, I am careful not to express them. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_5 When I’m faced with a stressful situation, I make myself think about it in a way that helps me stay calm. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_6 I control my emotions by not expressing them. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_7 When I want to feel more positive emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the situation. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_8 I control my emotions by changing the way I think about the situation I’m in. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_9 When I am feeling negative emotions, I make sure not to express them. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_10 When I want to feel less negative emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the situation. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
RRS_NL_1 I think about how alone I feel. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_2 I think “I won’t be able to do my job if I don’t snap out of this”. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_3 I think about my feelings of fatigue and achiness. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_4 I think about how hard it is to concentrate. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_5 I think about how passive and unmotivated I feel. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_6 I analyze recent events to try to understand why I am depressed. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REFLECTION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_14 I think about how sad I feel. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
SWL_1 The conditions of my life are excellent. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
RRS_NL_15 I think about all my shortcomings, failings, faults, mistakes. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_16 I think about how I don’t feel up to doing anything. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_17 I analyze my personality to try to understand why I am depressed. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REFLECTION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_18 I go someplace alone to think about my feelings. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REFLECTION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_19 I think about how angry I am with myself. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_20 I listen to sad music. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_21 I isolate myself and think about the reasons why I feel sad. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_22 I try to understand myself by focusing on my down / depressed feelings. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_23 I think "I won't be able to do my job if I don't snap out of this." Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_24 I think “What am I doing to deserve this?” Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_25 I think “I won’t be able to concentrate if I keep feeling this way.” Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RRS_NL_26 I think “Why can’t I handle things better?” Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
IRQ_1 I enjoy visiting old friends and neighbors in my hometown. Baseline SOCIAL SOCIAL_INTERACTION
IRQ_2 My friends would describe me as kind and affectionate. Baseline SOCIAL SOCIAL_INTERACTION
IRQ_3 Family members often say that I am good-natured and have a heart for helping people. Baseline SOCIAL SOCIAL_INTERACTION
IRQ_4 I am highly receptive to the needs of those around me. Baseline SOCIAL SOCIAL_INTERACTION
IRQ_5 I feel that my relationships with others are friendly and comforting. Baseline SOCIAL SOCIAL_INTERACTION
IRQ_6 I am like a spider web, with connections to many different people. Baseline SOCIAL SOCIAL_INTERACTION
RSE_1 On the whole, I am satisfied with myself. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_2 At times I think I am no good at all. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_3 I feel that I have a number of good qualities. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_4 I am able to do things as well as most other people. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_5 I feel I do not have much to be proud of. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_6 I certainly feel useless at times. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_7 I feel that I'm a person of worth, at least on an equal plane with others. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_8 I wish I could have more respect for myself. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_9 All in all, I am inclined to feel that I am a failure. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_10 I take a positive attitude toward myself. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
SWL_2 I am satisfied with my life. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_3 So far I have gotten the important things I want in life. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_4 If I could live my life over, I would change almost nothing. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_5 Yesterday I enjoyed life. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_6 Yesterday I had a smile on my face all day long. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_7 In most ways my life is close to my ideal. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_8 All in all, would you say you: Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
ITES_1 Anyone can learn to control their emotions. Baseline AFFECT BELIEF IMPLICIT_THEORY
ITES_2 If people want to, they can change the emotions they experience. Baseline AFFECT BELIEF IMPLICIT_THEORY
ITES_3 No matter how hard people try, they can't really change the emotions they experience. Baseline AFFECT BELIEF IMPLICIT_THEORY
ITES_4 The truth is, people have very little control over their emotions. Baseline AFFECT BELIEF IMPLICIT_THEORY
DOB_YEAR Year of Birth Baseline AGE DEMOGRAPHICS
GENDER Gender Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS GENDER
EDU Education level Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS EDUCATION
BIRTH_COUNTRY Birthplace Baseline BIRTH_COUNTRY DEMOGRAPHICS
LANG_HOME Language spoken by family Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS LANGUAGE
BIRTH_COUNTRY_MOTHER Birthplace of mother Baseline BIRTH_COUNTRY DEMOGRAPHICS
BIRTH_COUNTRY_FATHER Birthplace of father Baseline BIRTH_COUNTRY DEMOGRAPHICS
EDU_MOTHER Education of mother Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS EDUCATION
EDU_FATHER Education of father Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS EDUCATION
LIVING_SITUATION Living situation Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS SOCIO_ECONOMIC
INCOME Income Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS SOCIO_ECONOMIC
CESD_1 1. I was bothered by things that usually don’t bother me. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_2 2. I did not feel like eating; my appetite was poor. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_3 3. I felt that I could not shake off the blues even with help from my family or friends. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_4 4. I felt I was just as good as other people. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_5 5. I had trouble keeping my mind on what I was doing. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_6 6. I felt depressed. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_7 7. I felt that everything I did was an effort. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_8 8. I felt hopeful about the future. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_9 9. I thought my life had been a failure. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_10 10. I felt fearful. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_11 11. My sleep was restless. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_12 12. I was happy. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_13 13. I talked less than usual. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_14 14. I felt lonely. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_15 15. People were unfriendly. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_16 16. I enjoyed life. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_17 17. I had crying spells. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_18 18. I felt sad. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_19 19. I felt that people dislike me. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_20 20. I could not get “going.” Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
PBRS-A_1 I need to think about things to find answers to how I feel Follow_up BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_2 Thinking about things helps me to understand past mistakes and failures Follow_up BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_3 I need to think about the causes of the feelings I experience Follow_up BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_4 Thinking about my emotions helps me to recognise the triggers for how I feel Follow_up BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_5 I need to think about things that have happened in the past to make sense of them Follow_up BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_6 In order to understand my feelings, I need to think about my life Follow_up BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_7 Thinking about the past helps me to prevent future mistakes and failures Follow_up BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_8 Thinking about the past helps me to work out how things could have been done better Follow_up BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PBRS-A_9 Thinking about my problems helps me to focus on the most important things Follow_up BELIEF EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
ITES_1 Anyone can learn to control their emotions. Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF IMPLICIT_THEORY
ITES_2 If people want to, they can change the emotions they experience. Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF IMPLICIT_THEORY
ITES_3 No matter how hard people try, they can't really change the emotions they experience. Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF IMPLICIT_THEORY
ITES_4 The truth is, people have very little control over their emotions. Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF IMPLICIT_THEORY