A qualitative exploration of emotional inhibition: a basic emotions and developmental perspective.

Abstract

In recent years, emotional inhibition (EI) has come to be regarded as an important transdiagnostic concept within cognitive-behavioural theories/therapies. However, there is still a paucity of empirical knowledge on understanding EI's development, maintenance and consequences within psychopathology. It was due to this lack of research that this study used… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cpp.604

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@article{Coggins2009AQE, title={A qualitative exploration of emotional inhibition: a basic emotions and developmental perspective.}, author={Joanna Coggins and John R. Fox}, journal={Clinical psychology & psychotherapy}, year={2009}, volume={16 1}, pages={55-76} }