Emotion dysregulation and dyadic conflict in depressed and typical adolescents: evaluating concordance across psychophysiological and observational measures.

@article{Crowell2014EmotionDA,
  title={Emotion dysregulation and dyadic conflict in depressed and typical adolescents: evaluating concordance across psychophysiological and observational measures.},
  author={Sheila E Crowell and Brian R W Baucom and Mona Yaptangco and Daniel L. Bride and Ray Chih-Jui Hsiao and Elizabeth A McCauley and Theodore P Beauchaine},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={98},
  pages={50-8}
}
Many depressed adolescents experience difficulty in regulating their emotions. These emotion regulation difficulties appear to emerge in part from socialization processes within families and then generalize to other contexts. However, emotion dysregulation is typically assessed within the individual, rather than in the social relationships that shape and maintain dysregulation. In this study, we evaluated concordance of physiological and observational measures of emotion dysregulation during… CONTINUE READING