Error-monitoring ability predicts daily stress regulation.

@article{Compton2008ErrormonitoringAP,
  title={Error-monitoring ability predicts daily stress regulation.},
  author={Rebecca J. Compton and Michael D. Robinson and Scott Ode and Lorna C. Quandt and Stephanie L. Fineman and Joshua Carp},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2008},
  volume={19 7},
  pages={
          702-8
        }
}
This study examined whether individual differences in error-related self-regulation predict emotion regulation in daily life, as suggested by a common-systems view of cognitive and emotional self-regulation. Participants (N= 47) completed a Stroop task, from which error-related brain potentials and behavioral measures of error correction were computed. Participants subsequently reported on daily stressors and anxiety over a 2-week period. As predicted by the common-systems view, a physiological… CONTINUE READING
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