The Interpersonal Emotion Regulation at Work Questionnaire (IERWQ) was adapted from Gross and John (2003) Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (ERQ). Thus, instead of self-report on one’s own use of cognitive reappraisal or expressive suppression, participants are asked to report on how their manager positively alters their cognitive affective schemas (i.e., emotional reframing) or cause them to hold back their emotional expressions (i.e., social suppression). This adapted questionnaire has been used to explore school teachers’ emotional reframing by principals in field and laboratory explorations (see Berkovich & Eyal, 2017, 2018).