Decoupling between physiological , self-reported , and expressed emotional responses in alexithymia

@inproceedings{Eastabrook2015DecouplingBP,
  title={Decoupling between physiological , self-reported , and expressed emotional responses in alexithymia},
  author={Jennifer M. Eastabrook and Dianna M. Lanteigne and Tom Hollenstein},
  year={2015}
}
Alexithymia is characterized by difficulties identifying, describing, and expressing emotions and is associated with mental health problems involving emotion dysregulation. To understand the relationship between alexithymia and health, researchers have predominately examined group differences in physiological arousal and self-reported experience. The present study extends this research by examining differences in physiological arousal, self-reported experience, and observed expression. In… CONTINUE READING

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