Advances, Problems, and Challenges in the Study of Emotion Regulation: A Commentary

@article{Lewis2010AdvancesPA,
  title={Advances, Problems, and Challenges in the Study of Emotion Regulation: A Commentary},
  author={Alison R. Lewis and Richard E. Zinbarg and Chris Durbin},
  journal={Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment},
  year={2010},
  volume={32},
  pages={83-91}
}
As observed by Zinbarg and Mineka (American Psychologist 62:259–261, 2007), the study of emotion regulation faces significant challenges that need to be addressed. In reviewing the articles in the present issue, we comment upon how researchers have attempted, with varying degrees of success, to meet these challenges. We suggest that the articles in the present volume demonstrate important conceptual and methodological advances in emotion regulation research, but that the most central problems… CONTINUE READING
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