Expressive suppression and neural responsiveness to nonverbal affective cues

@article{Petrican2015ExpressiveSA,
  title={Expressive suppression and neural responsiveness to nonverbal affective cues},
  author={Raluca Petrican and R. Shayna Rosenbaum and Cheryl L. Grady},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={321-330}
}
Optimal social functioning occasionally requires concealment of one's emotions in order to meet one's immediate goals and environmental demands. However, because emotions serve an important communicative function, their habitual suppression disrupts the flow of social exchanges and, thus, incurs significant interpersonal costs. Evidence is accruing that the disruption in social interactions, linked to habitual expressive suppression use, stems not only from intrapersonal, but also from… CONTINUE READING
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