EAQ

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EAQEuropean Academy of Quality (Poland)
EAQÉvangile au Quotidien (French: Daily Gospel)
EAQEasily Answered Question
EAQExpertly Asked Question
EAQEducational Administration Quarterly
EAQEquine Assisted Qualifications (various nations)
EAQEmotion Awareness Questionnaire (psychology)
EAQExamen d'Assurance de la Qualité (French: Review of Quality Assurance; Canada)
EAQEntreprise Artisanale Qualifiée (French building firm)
EAQErgonomes Associés du Québec (French: Ergonomists Associates of Quebec; Canada)
EAQÉcurie Automobile Quillanaise (French automotive stable; Quillan, France)
EAQExplore Action Québec (Canada)
EAQEuro Atlantic Quarterly (publication; Slovak Atlantic Commission; Banska Bystrica, Slovakia)
EAQEstonian Association for Quality (Estonia)
EAQEngineers Australia Queensland
EAQExcessively Asked Question
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The Emotion Awareness Questionnaire (EAQ) (Rieffe, Oosterveld, Miers, Meerum-Terwogt, & Ly, 2008b).
Emotion awareness and internalising symptoms in children and adolescents; the Emotion Awareness Questionnaire revised.
The Emotion Awareness Questionnaire (EAQ) (Rieffe et al., 2008) is an adapted version of the original scale (Prado-Gasco, Ordonez, Montoya, Villanueva, & Gonzalez, 2012) that comprised 28 items, grouped into six key emotional awareness factors: Differentiating emotions, Verbal sharing of emotions, Acting out emotions, Bodily awareness of emotions, Attending to others' emotions, and Analysing one's own emotions.
Validation of the Italian emotion awareness questionnaire for children and adolescents.
In fact, different studies have pointed to the relationship between moods and emotional awareness (Meerum Terwogt, Rieffe, Miers, Jellesma, & Tolland, 2006; Rieffe, Oosterveld, & Meerum Terwogt, 2006; Rieffe et al., 2008; Rieffe, Villanueva, Adrian, & Gorriz, 2009; Van der Veek, Nobel, & Derkx, 2012), understanding the latter as how aware we are of emotional functioning (Lahaye, Mikolajczak, Rieffe, Villanueva et al., 2011), evaluated through the Emotion Awareness Questionnaire (EAQ; Rieffe et al., 2007).
Emotion awareness and internalizing symptoms in children and adolescents; the Emotion Awareness Questionnaire revised.