Cognitive emotion regulation strategies contributing to resilience in patients with depression and/or anxiety disorders.

@article{Min2013CognitiveER,
  title={Cognitive emotion regulation strategies contributing to resilience in patients with depression and/or anxiety disorders.},
  author={Jung-Ah Min and Jeong Jin Yu and C Lee and Jeong Ho Chae},
  journal={Comprehensive psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={54 8},
  pages={1190-7}
}
OBJECTIVE Research suggests that resilience is associated with favorable treatment outcome in patients with depression and/or anxiety disorders. In this regard, the identification of specific characteristics related to resilience that could provide targets for resilience-enhancement interventions is needed. Since the type of cognitive coping strategies is a possible marker of resilience, we investigated adaptive and maladaptive cognitive emotion regulation strategies contributing to resilience… CONTINUE READING
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