Cognitive reappraisal in the context of oppression: implications for psychological functioning.

@article{Perez2011CognitiveRI,
  title={Cognitive reappraisal in the context of oppression: implications for psychological functioning.},
  author={Christopher R. Perez and Jos{\'e} Angel Carvajal Soto},
  journal={Emotion},
  year={2011},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={
          675-80
        }
}
Research on emotion regulation has shown cognitive reappraisal to be positively correlated with better psychological functioning. Prior research has failed to account for contextual influences on this important relationship. We examined how this relationship plays out across two United States ethnic groups that represent different contexts of oppression: Puerto Ricans, experiencing distal oppression (societal level) but not proximal oppression (immediate environment), and Latino Americans… CONTINUE READING

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