Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Control Theory of Emotion Regulation: A Dynamic Model of Emotion David Cameron, Peter.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Control Theory of Emotion Regulation: A Dynamic Model of Emotion David Cameron, Peter."— Presentation transcript:

1 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Control Theory of Emotion Regulation: A Dynamic Model of Emotion David Cameron, Peter Totterdell, David Holman, Stuart Bennett The University of Sheffield

2 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Outline MARDY - M odel of A ffect R egulation Dy namics Simulates fluctuations in internal and expressed emotional states Based upon theoretical control model by Diefendorff & Gosserand (2003) Incorporates an established model of alertness by Akerstedt, Folkard & Portin (2004)

3 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Modelling Emotion Perhaps best understood as dynamic phenomena –Intensity profiles (E.g. Verduyn et al., 2009) –Statistical models (E.g. Oravecz et al., In press) –Computational models (E.g. Gratch & Marsella – EMA) Can be represented as key dimensions –E.g. Bipolar scale of positive to negative valence Differentiation between felt and expressed emotional states

4 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Emotional Labour Expression of a required set of display emotions in exchange for a wage (Hochschild ‘83) Emotion regulation methods –Deep Acting and Surface Acting Control theory as a model of understanding regulation –Tiered, competing goals Physically Demanding –Can lead to employee burnout

5 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Resource & Ego Depletion Cognitive tasks are demanding –Shared ‘resource’ of cognitive energy (Baumeister et al. ‘07) Depletion of this resource  exhaustion –Cognitive and physical energy associated (Gailliot et al. ‘07) Energy (and resource) dynamically fluctuate –E.g. Self regulation ability sharply drops at the end of day

6 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Resource Available Internal Emotion State Compared to Desired State Displayed Emotion State Compared to Desired State Inputs (from others) Outputs (to others) Compared to Desired Goal

7 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Resource Available Displayed Emotion State Compared to Desired State Inputs (from others) Outputs (to others) Compared to Desired Goal Internal Emotion State Compared to Desired State

8 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Resource Available Internal Emotion State Compared to Desired State Inputs (from others) Outputs (to others) Compared to Desired Goal Displayed Emotion State Compared to Desired State

9 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Resource Available Internal Emotion State Compared to Desired State Displayed Emotion State Compared to Desired State Inputs (from others) Outputs (to others) Compared to Desired Goal

10 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Resource Available Internal Emotion State Compared to Desired State Displayed Emotion State Compared to Desired State Inputs (from others) Outputs (to others) Compared to Desired Goal

11 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Modelling diary data Hourly mood recordings across two days Afternoon lull & recovery in both diary data and model data. Less variability in second day

12 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Effects Seen Internal state and physical energy linked –Diary data r =.679 Model data r =.655 Fluctuating emotional states follow cyclical patterns Fixed display rules result in greater employee exhaustion

13 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Future Work Further validation against collected data –Diary data from couples Development of model predictions –Contrary to expectations greater variation in expression with strict display rules. Preliminary testing for sleep studies Network of interacting models –Emotion contagion Programmed Interventions?

14 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self

15 Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Example data Experimental model is repeatedly woken between day 1 and 2 All other parameters are unchanged Recordings taken every hour (as in diary studies)


Download ppt "Emotion Regulation of Others and Self Control Theory of Emotion Regulation: A Dynamic Model of Emotion David Cameron, Peter."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google