What does it analyze?

Emotional regulation

Skills associated with the Neuroticism / Emotional Range factor of the OCEAN model, a predictor of professional and academic performance. Emotional Stability – or its negative form, neuroticism / negative emotionality – characterizes differences in the frequency, variability, intensity and quality of emotions.

SEL skills linked with: 



Emotional discontrol


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EMOTION REGULATIONNeuroticism/Emotional rangeNeuroticism, or emotional range, refers to the level of internal contradiction, of less reflective and more focused functioning in unresolved childhood aspects, with inflexible defense mechanisms in the face of new situations and a tendency to anxiety, impulsivity and the development of frequent negative emotions. Faced with emotional stability that would describe the ability to preserve the mechanisms of reflection in the face of emotionally intense experiences, one’s own judgment against the opinion of others and a stable sense of one’s own identity. It would include the ability to recover and be resilient in the face of problematic situations in life from which one learns, without repeating.


Ineffectiveness modulating anxiety and solving problems calmly

Prone to worryTendency to worry, nervousness and fear
Susceptibility to stressTendency to overwhelm in stressful situations


Negativity in personal and life expectations

Self-consciousnessTendency to feel shame and fear of ridicule. Concern for the opinion of others
MelancholyTendency to feelings of guilt, sadness and loneliness


Ineffectiveness of strategies to regulate temperament and cope with frustration

ImmoderationDifficulty in controlling impulses and needs
FieryTendency to anger and irritation at inconveniences