Faculty mentor: Tim Smith
The effects of emotion regulation on cardiovascular responses were examined in a sample of N = 162 college students who underwent a simulated online interaction. Participants with greater emotion dysregulation had lower heart rate change scores from baseline to talk, indicating potential blunted reactivity. Systolic and diastolic blood pressure were not associated with emotion regulation in this sample. These main effects were also conditional upon a two-way interaction, which were significant.
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