Testing the effects of suppression and reappraisal on emotional concordance using a multivariate multilevel model.

@article{Butler2014TestingTE,
  title={Testing the effects of suppression and reappraisal on emotional concordance using a multivariate multilevel model.},
  author={Emily A. Butler and James J. Gross and Kobus Barnard},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={98},
  pages={6-18}
}
In theory, the essence of emotion is coordination across experiential, behavioral, and physiological systems in the service of functional responding to environmental demands. However, people often regulate emotions, which could either reduce or enhance cross-system concordance. The present study tested the effects of two forms of emotion regulation (expressive suppression, positive reappraisal) on concordance of subjective experience (positive-negative valence), expressive behavior (positive… CONTINUE READING
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