Minding the Emotional Thermostat : Integrating Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Evidence to Form a Model of the Cognitive Control of Emotion

@inproceedings{Schmahl2019MindingTE,
  title={Minding the Emotional Thermostat : Integrating Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Evidence to Form a Model of the Cognitive Control of Emotion},
  author={Christian Schmahl and K Luan Dinh Phan},
  year={2019}
}
Every day brings with it some inevitable variation in emotional temperature: the rising heat of anger in response to an insult; the coolness of detached, analytical reflection on how such a situation may be de-escalated, and the temperate quotidian moments in between. Like we are able to adjust the thermostat of a room in an attempt to change its temperature, we are also able to attempt to adjust our own emotional temperature through a variety of means. However, unlike adjusting a thermostat on… CONTINUE READING

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