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Handbook on Emotion Regulation By Madeline L. Bryant

Handbook on Emotion Regulation by Madeline L. Bryant

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Handbook on Emotion Regulation: Processes, Cognitive Effects & Social Consequences by Madeline L. Bryant

Emotion regulation (ER), which refers to the ability to identify, experience, modulate, and express emotions, is critical to adaptive functioning. Although the term ER has been used synonymously with coping strategies, affect regulation, and self-regulation, it is important to differentiate ER from these other constructs to ensure optimal construct validity and accurate measurement. To this end, ER has been defined as "the process by which individuals influence which emotions they have, when they have them, and how they experience and express these emotions" (Gross, 1998 p. 275). Emotion is experienced in three primary ways: behaviourally, physiologically, and experientially (Gross, 1998); therefore, ER refers to strategies that alter these three aforementioned emotional processes. This book discusses the processes, cognitive effects, and social consequences of emotion regulation.

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NGR9781634823616
9781634823616
1634823613
Handbook on Emotion Regulation: Processes, Cognitive Effects & Social Consequences by Madeline L. Bryant
New
Hardback
Nova Science Publishers Inc
2015-06-01
321
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