Physiological correlates of emotion-regulation during prolonged cycling performance.

@article{Lane2011PhysiologicalCO,
  title={Physiological correlates of emotion-regulation during prolonged cycling performance.},
  author={Andrew Lane and Mathew G. Wilson and Gregory P. Whyte and Rob Shave},
  journal={Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback},
  year={2011},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={181-4}
}
We proposed that experiencing unpleasant emotions during performance represents unsuccessful emotion-regulatory efforts, and that such effort concurrently tax physiological resources. We used data from 2-h cycling trials (N = 28) at a power output equivalent to lactate threshold. Emotions were calculated before and during cycling with ongoing assessments of ventilation, respiratory quotient, heart rate, and oxygen uptake. Emotion data indicated significant changes over time with all… CONTINUE READING
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