Collaborative research projects


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  We have an ever expanding number of research collaborators across the world using the Emotional Processing Scale (EPS) in their research.

We have research ties to Australia, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, France, India, Iran, Japan, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, US and USA.

Currently, the EPS has been translated or is in the process of being translated, into 11 different languages.  These include Italian, Hindi, Marathi, Danish, Japanese, Arabic, Polish, French, French Quebec, Spanish, Portuguese and Persian (Farsi).

Research is being carried out in a number of areas.  Aside from projects focussed on validating the EPS and its translations, there is also research being carried out into addiction, ageing and dementia, anxiety, acquired brain injury, cancer, chronic pain, depression, eating disorders, memory and attention, personality disorders, psychological disorders and therapy.

Below are links to some of the studies using the Emotional Processing Scale (EPS).


Comparing emotional processing in panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain patients

Emotional processing in ageing and dementia

Emotional processing and chronic fatigue syndrome
Emotional processing and chronic pain
uk flag Emotional processing and chronic lower back pain
Emotional processing colorectal cancer
Emotional processing and eating disorders
Emotional processing and fibromyalgia syndrome
Emotional processing and non suicidal self injury
Emotional processing and tinnitus distress
Emotional processing in India

Italian validation of the Emotional Processing Scale

Japanese validation of the Emotional Processing Scale

Emotional processing in psychotherapy for patients with functional neurological symptoms

Emotional processing and psychological disorders

Emotion regulation abilities and quality of object relations

Emotion regulation and dysregulation styles in psychological disorder

Development and validation of an emotional processing scale