faceBeing able to control one’s emotions is a skill many value or even covet. New research summarized by UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center suggests that emotional intelligence, people’s ability to recognize what they’re feeling and control it, can have two faces — both good and bad.

Of the two experiments given, both had a survey which assessed how well participants could exhibit “emotion regulation,” which is (pretty much just what it sounds like) how well can you control your emotions in certain situations.

The first experiment established the participants’ “moral identity” read more »