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Emotional Self Efficacy Scale

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Pool, L. D., & Qualter, P. (2011). The dimensional structure of the emotional self-efficacy scale (ESES). Australian Journal of Psychology, 64(3), 147-154. doi:10.1111/j.1742-9536.2011.00039.x
Clinical Assessments
Emotions
09/30/2020
emotefficscl01
12/30/2020
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported
eses_01 Integer Recommended Correctly identify your own negative emotions. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_02 Integer Recommended Help another person change a negative emotion to a positive emotion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_03 Integer Recommended Create a positive emotion when feeling a negative emotion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_04 Integer Recommended Know what causes you to feel a positive emotion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_05 Integer Recommended Correctly identify when another person is feeling a negative emotion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_06 Integer Recommended Use positive emotions to generate novel solutions to old problems. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_07 Integer Recommended Realize what causes another person to feel a positive emotion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_08 Integer Recommended Change your negative emotion to a positive emotion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_09 Integer Recommended Correctly identify your own positive emotions. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_10 Integer Recommended Generate in yourself the emotion another person is feeling. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_11 Integer Recommended Know what causes you to feel a negative emotion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_12 Integer Recommended Regulate your own emotions when under pressure. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_13 Integer Recommended Correctly identify when another person is feeling a positive emotion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_14 Integer Recommended Get into a mood that best suits the occasion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_15 Integer Recommended Realize what causes another person to feel a negative emotion. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_16 Integer Recommended Help another person to regulate emotions when under pressure. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_17 Integer Recommended Notice the emotion your body language is portraying. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_18 Integer Recommended Use positive emotions to generate good ideas. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_19 Integer Recommended Understand what causes your emotions to change. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_20 Integer Recommended Calm down when you feel angry. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_21 Integer Recommended Notice the emotion another person�s body language is portraying. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_22 Integer Recommended Create emotions to enhance cognitive performance. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_23 Integer Recommended Understand what causes another person�s emotions to change. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_24 Integer Recommended Help another person calm down when he or she is feeling angry. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_25 Integer Recommended Recognize what emotion you are communicating through your facial expression. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_26 Integer Recommended Create emotions to enhance physical performance. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_27 Integer Recommended Figure out what causes you to feel differing emotions. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_28 Integer Recommended Regulate your own emotions when close to reaching a goal. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_29 Integer Recommended Recognize what emotion another person is communicating through his or her facial expression. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_30 Integer Recommended Generate the right emotion so that creative ideas can unfold. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_31 Integer Recommended Figure out what causes another person�s differing emotions. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
eses_32 Integer Recommended Help another person regulate emotions after he or she has suffered a loss. 1::5 1=Not confident at all; 2=A little confident; 3=Somewhat confident; 4=Moderately confident; 5= Quite confident
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