Chelsea Geise

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The following review article examines the value of a dimensional approach to research in relation to recent findings of child and adolescent emotion dysregulation. With the publication of the DSM-5, it is important to keep in mind that difficulties in pinpointing causal mechanisms may result from the collective grouping of different emotional deficits by(More)
Previous evidence suggests that emotion dysregulation may have different biological correlates between adults and children/adolescents. Although the role of genetic factors has been extensively studied in adult-onset emotion dysregulation, the genetic basis for pediatric-onset emotion dysregulation remains elusive. The current review article presents a(More)
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