Utrecht Proactive Coping Competence scale

Proactive coping is a highly relevant concept in research regarding self-regulation and health behavior. The Utrecht Proactive Coping Competence scale (UPCC) was developed by researchers from the Self-Regulation lab to assess an individual’s competency with regard to the various skills associated with proactive coping. Below, you can find a link to the Dutch and English version of this questionnaire and two explanatory articles regarding the UPCC from our lab.

If you would like to use the questionnaire, please contact prof. Denise de Ridder.

Tempest Self-Regulation Questionnaire for Eating

For information see: De Vet, E., Stok, F.M., De Ridder, D.T.D., Brunso, K., Baban, A., & Gaspar, T. (2014). Assessing self-regulation strategies: Development and validation of the Tempest Self-Regulation Questionnaire for Eating (TESQ-E) in adolescents. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 11: 106. > PDF

Internal Reports

  • Voorneman, I., De Ridder, D.T.D., Adriaanse, M.A. (2011). Aim for The Moon, Reach for The Stars: The Importance of Desirability and Feasibility Considerations in Health Goals. Internal Report Self-Regulation Lab. > PDF
  • Verhoeven, A. A. C., Adriaanse, M. A., de Vet, E., Fennis, B. M., & de Ridder, D. T. D. Examining the long term effectiveness of a cue-monitoring plus planning intervention targeting unhealthy snacking habits (Nederlandse samenvatting). Internal Report Self-Regulation Lab. > PDF