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Emotion Regulation Abilities and the Quality of Social Interaction
Emotion regulation abilities, measured on a test of emotional intelligence, were related to several indicators of the quality of individuals' social interactions with peers. In a sample of 76 college students, emotion regulation abilities were associated with both self-reports and peer nominations of interpersonal sensitivity and prosocial tendencies, the proportion of positive vs. negative peer nominations, and reciprocal friendship nominations. These relationships remained statisticallydoi:10.1037/1528-3518.104.22.168 pmid:15755224 fatcat:vb2d5y6icbe7fhff7hw4kv73wm