The Relationship between Experience of Negative Emotion, Emotional Regulation Strategies and Moral Judgment of College Students
Available Online February 2016.
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- Experience of negative emotion Emotional regulation strategies Moral judgment College students
- The study examined the relationships between the negative emotional experiences, emotion regulation strategies and moral judgment of college students. The results showed that subjects express more anger and less sadness during the test process. As to adjustment of the two negative emotions, relative more passive emotional regulation and instrumental strategies and less proactive emotional regulation were used by the students. Meanwhile, in following researches of moral judgment on injury by personal force, two-factor analysis of variance was used to compare the effect of negative intentions and non-utilitarian. By linear regression analysis and logistic regression analysis, more boys than girls tended to accept personal injury with neutral intentions. And personal injury with negative intention should be accepted by students with negative emotion of sadness, in light of utilitarian moral judgments. When students had few negative emotional experiences, their moral judgments tend to base on non-utilitarian.
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TY - CONF AU - Shengli Chen PY - 2016/02 DA - 2016/02 TI - The Relationship between Experience of Negative Emotion, Emotional Regulation Strategies and Moral Judgment of College Students BT - International Conference on Electronics, Mechanics, Culture and Medicine PB - Atlantis Press SP - 391 EP - 396 SN - 2352-538X UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/emcm-15.2016.73 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/emcm-15.2016.73 ID - Chen2016/02 ER -