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Assessing beliefs about emotions: Development and validation of the Emotion Beliefs Questionnaire
People's beliefs about emotions may be grouped into two main categories: beliefs about the controllability of emotions and beliefs about the usefulness of emotions. These beliefs influence emotion regulation efforts and mental health, so the assessment of these beliefs is important. However, few psychometric measures are available, particularly for assessing the usefulness dimension. In this study (N = 161), we address this issue by developing and conducting an initial validation of a 16-itemdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0231395 pmid:32287328 fatcat:5q4pz42whzcmforblm6mdtqdha