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Kim L. Gratz, Laura J. Dixon, Elizabeth J. Kiel & Matthew T. Tull

In: The SAGE Handbook of Personality and Individual Differences: Volume III: Applications of Personality and Individual Differences

Chapter 3: Emotion Regulation: Theoretical Models, Associated Outcomes and Recent Advances

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Emotion Regulation: Theoretical Models, Associated Outcomes and Recent Advances
Emotion Regulation: Theoretical Models, Associated Outcomes and Recent Advances
Kim L. Gratz Laura J. Dixon Elizabeth J. Kiel Matthew T. Tull

Despite being a topic of interest to the early philosophers whose work laid the foundation for the field of psychology (Shanker, 2012), it is only recently that research on emotion regulation (ER) has gained considerable momentum. Indeed, the past two decades have seen a rapid growth of research on ER, reflecting a rise in popularity that is arguably unparalleled in the field. This chapter provides a synthesis of the literature on ER, including recent advances ...

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