Emotion dysregulation and negative affect: association with psychiatric symptoms.

@article{Bradley2011EmotionDA,
  title={Emotion dysregulation and negative affect: association with psychiatric symptoms.},
  author={Bekh Bradley and Jared A Defife and Clifford Guarnaccia and Justine E Phifer and Negar Fani and Kerry J. Ressler and Drew Westen},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2011},
  volume={72 5},
  pages={685-91}
}
OBJECTIVE A growing body of research focuses on the development and correlates of emotion dysregulation, or deficits in the ability to regulate intense and shifting emotional states. Current models of psychopathology have incorporated the construct of emotion dysregulation, suggesting its unique and interactive contributions, along with childhood disruptive experiences and negative affect, in producing symptomatic distress. Some researchers have suggested that emotion dysregulation is simply a… CONTINUE READING