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Emotion Regulation of Others and Self (EROS): A Collaborative Research Network

Grant reference: RES-060-25-0044

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A possible role for emotion and emotion regulation in physiological responses to false performance feedback in 10 mile laboratory cycling
The study investigated responses to false feedback in laboratory cycling. Seven male competitive cyclists (age; M = 34.14 years, SD = 7.40) completed two ergometer time-trials, one each with false negative and false positive feedback (time ± 5 %). MANOVA indicated main effects for condition [F(17, 104) = 9.42, p\0.001], and mile [F(153, 849) = 1.58, p\0.001], but no interaction [F(153, 849) = 0.470, p = 1.00]. No between-condition differences in power (F = 0.129, p = 0.720) or time to completion (F = 1.011, p = 0.338) were observed. Positive feedback was associated with higher glucose (F = 25.988, p\0.01), happiness (F = 6.097, p = 0.015) and calmness (F = 4.088, p = 0.045). Positive feedback was also associate with lower oxygen uptake (F = 8.830, p = .004), anxiety (F = 5.207, p = 0.024), gloominess (F = 6.322, p = 0.013), sluggishness (F = 11.650, p = 0.001), downheartedness (F = 15.844, p = 0.001), effort required to regulate emotion (F = 13.798, p = 0.001), and a trend towards lower lactate production (F = 3.815, p = 0.053). Data suggest that positive emotions and reduced metabolic cost of performance were associated with positive feedback.
10.1007/s10484-012-9200-7
English

Primary contributor

Author Christopher J. Beedie

Additional contributors

Co-author Andrew M. Lane
Co-author Mathew G. Wilson

Additional details

37
4
Yes
1090-0586
Springer-Verlag
01 December 2012
269-277
Dordrecht, Netherlands
Pre-print
Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback

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Beedie, Christopher J. et al (2012) A possible role for emotion and emotion regulation in physiological responses to false performance feedback in 10 mile laboratory cycling. Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback. 37 (4), pp. 269-277 Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer-Verlag.

Vancouver

Beedie Christopher J. et al. A possible role for emotion and emotion regulation in physiological responses to false performance feedback in 10 mile laboratory cycling. Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 2012; 37 (4): 269-277.