Original scientific paper
Croatian Translation of the Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire – Short Form
Clinic for Children's Diseases, The Clinical Hospital Centre Split, Split
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split, Split
Fulltext (croatian, pages 239-256).pdf
The goal of this study was to develop the Croatian version of the Cognitive emotion regulation questionnaire – short form and assess its psychometric properties on a sample of 206 psychotherapy or psychological counselling users. Confirmatory factor analysis results confirm the suggested 9-factor model of this instrument. This questionnaire enables the measurement of a wide variety of cognitive strategies for emotion regulation with a single questionnaire. Measuring these strategies may reveal vulnerabilities or strengths of persons in coping with negative life events and can be useful in planning psychotherapy interventions (especially in the context of cognitive-behavioral therapies).
cognitive emotion regulation, cognitive coping, Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire – Short Form