Emotion regulation in action: emotional reactivity in experiential avoidance.

@article{Sloan2004EmotionRI,
  title={Emotion regulation in action: emotional reactivity in experiential avoidance.},
  author={Denise M Sloan},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2004},
  volume={42 11},
  pages={1257-70}
}
The present study examined the relationship between emotional reactivity (self-report and physiological reactivity) to pleasant, unpleasant, and neutral emotion-eliciting stimuli and experiential avoidance (EA). Sixty-two participants were separated into high and low experiential avoiders. Results indicated that high EA participants reported greater emotional experience to both unpleasant and pleasant stimuli compared to low EA participants. In contrast to their heightened reports of emotion… CONTINUE READING

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