- Dementia caregivers, USA, 2014-2016
- Survey name
- Unnamed study
- N = 77
- Non Response
- Questionnaire: web
- Authors's Label
- Positive Emotion Intervention
- Our Classification
1: T0 N = 86, T1 N = 77,
0: T0 N = 84, T1 N = 78
- Participants were randomly assigned to:
1. Positive Emotion Intervention.
Six weekly sessions in which a facilitator taught participants a set of eight emotion regulation skills: (a) noticing and capitalizing positive events and gratitude, (b) mindfulness, (c) positive reappraisal, (d) personal strengths and attainable goal setting, (e) acts of kindness. In the final session of the intervention, facilitators worked with participants to plan continued practice of the skills and they provided suggestions for making engagement in the skills an ongoing habit.
0: CONTROL EMOTION REPORTING/ WAITLIST CONDITION.
participants were asked to complete a daily emotion survey for 6 weeks and then crossed over into the intervention condition
Observed Relation with Happiness
Intervention 0,98 2,26 +1,28
Control 1,22 1,40 +0,18
Control + 2,3%
Happiness assessed at:
T0 = baseline
T1 = post intervention