1. When I want to feel happier‚ I think about something different
2. I keep my feelings to myself.
3. When I want to feel less bad (e.g.‚ sad‚ angry or worried). I think about something different.
4. When I am feeling happy‚ I am careful not to show it.
5. When I’m worried about something‚ I make myself think about it in a way that helps me feel better.
6. I control my feelings by not showing them.
7. When I want to feel happier about something‚ I change the way I’m thinking about it.
8. I control my feelings about things by changing the way I think about them.
9. When I’m feeling bad (e.g. sad‚ angry‚ or worried). I’m careful not to show it.
10.When I want to feel less bad (e.g. sad‚ angry‚ or worried) about something‚ I change the way I’m thinking about it
1 = strongly disagree‚ 2 = disagree‚ 3 = half and half‚ 4 = agree‚ 5 = strongly agree
Reappraisal (items 1‚ 3‚ 5‚ 7‚ 8 and 10) and suppression (items 2‚ 4‚ 6 and 9)
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