Implicit emotion regulation under demanding conditions: the moderating role of action versus state orientation.

@article{Koole2011ImplicitER,
  title={Implicit emotion regulation under demanding conditions: the moderating role of action versus state orientation.},
  author={Sander L. Koole and Daniel A. Fockenberg},
  journal={Cognition & emotion},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={440-52}
}
Action orientation is a volitional mode that promotes flexible self-regulation of emotional and motivational states; state orientation represents the conceptually opposite volitional mode that promotes fixation on (particularly negative) emotional and motivational states (Kuhl & Beckmann, 1994a). The present research investigated the link between action versus state orientation and implicit emotion regulation under demanding conditions. After inducing a demanding context, action-oriented… CONTINUE READING

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