Human adaptation requires a number of aspects to be considered, and one of them is the human emotions controlling capacity. This capacity consists of several factors which determine the idea of emotion regulation like childhood traumas and emotion judgments. Constant investigations in the sphere of mood control prove that evaluation of particular aspects is regarded. Such investigations promote the development of knowledge deficit because researchers narrow the frames and do not find it necessary to focus on backgrounds. To contribute the development of emotion control process, it is necessary to investigate deeper the religious aspect of people and their readiness to cope with challenges and control their mood. In fact, mood control helps to define the main priorities in human life: people prefer to demonstrate their emotions in different ways, and it is very important to choose the most effective ways to control emotions, to explain the reasons of why emotion control is crucial, and to admit religious backgrounds as an influential factors in the chosen type of control; in spite of the fact that numerous investigations have been already done and different reasons of mood change are evaluated, not many people want to pay attention to religion and the way it may influence emotion control.
Human adaptation is the process that challenges all people because it requires the evaluation of emotion needs and the methods which help to control human mood. As a result, people have to develop properly their controlling capacities. (Ochsner and Gross 242). There are a number of factors which may influence an idea of emotion regulation: childhood traumas have their own impact on how people are able to take control over their emotions and behave in society under specific conditions (Wessel et al. 411); emotion judgments have been also investigated by Matthias Siemer who made an attempt to prove the effectiveness of dispositional theory of moods (Siemer 453). People experience different kinds of emotions which define the way of how they should behave.
The significant deficit of knowledge is that one researcher usually tries to evaluate negative or positive factors only. Retrieving positive emotions may considerably improve human mood, and people should develop mood-congruent memory to have enough material to improve mood (Rusting and DeHart 739). It is considered to be effective to investigate some neutral points which introduce a number of new grounds for mood control on the other hand. Anxious people demonstrate various responses to emotional faces, this is why the attention to social skills as well as to people’s abilities to cope with depression and anxiety should be also paid (Segrin 380). Conceptualization of social skills (Segrin 379) should be properly organized to combine human poor social skills and a variety of depression’s causes which may appear.
Religion is one of the factors which may influence the controlling process and should be regarded as an aspect according to which emotion control should be developed. The way of how people believe in something influences their mood and attitude to each other; the religious perspective has to be considered by researchers of mood control. Childhood is the period when a number of factors and principles are built and developed. Children are able to grasp new information fast, and it is necessary to follow the ways of how they comprehend new material. To get another good chance to control human mood, it is necessary to pay attention to emotion variety in children and consider their religious backgrounds to explain the idea of emotion control in society. Different religions support different manners and life styles, this is why religious preferences should be taken into account before an idea of emotions and mood control is judged.