2008

Emotion Regulation

Conceptual and Clinical Issues

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ISBN: 978-0-387-29985-3 (Print) 978-0-387-29986-0 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-IX

  2. Conceptual and Neurobiological Issues

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-11

      Introduction: Emotions, Emotion Regulation, and Health

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      Pages 12-26

      Coping Styles and Aggression: A Biobehavioral Approach

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      Pages 27-42

      New Avenues in Alexithymia Research: The Creation of Alexithymia Types

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      Pages 43-68

      Alexithymia and Physical Health Problems: A Critique of Potential Pathways and a Research Agenda

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      Pages 69-86

      Current Issues in Repressive Coping and Health

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      Pages 87-96

      Why Crying Improves Our Well-being: An Attachment-Theory Perspective on the Functions of Adult Crying

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      Pages 97-121

      Emotional Intelligence: Relationships to Stress, Health, and Well-being

  3. Clinical Perspectives and Interventions

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 123-123

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      Pages 125-139

      Emotion Expression in Depression: Emerging Evidence for Emotion Context-Insensitivity

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      Pages 140-149

      Emotion Regulation and the Anxiety Disorders: Adopting a Self-Regulation Perspective

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      Pages 150-169

      The Clinical Assessment and Treatment of Trauma-Related Self and Affect Dysregulation

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      Pages 170-183

      Emotional Inhibition, Health, Gender, and Eating Disorders: The Role of (Over) Sensitivity to Others

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      Pages 184-201

      Emotional Competence and Health in Children

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      Pages 202-214

      Crying in Psychotherapy: Its Meaning, Assessment, and Management Based on Attachment Theory

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      Pages 215-233

      Expressive Writing in the Clinical Context

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      Pages 234-246

      Writing for All, for Some, or for No One? Some Thoughts on the Applications and Evaluations of the Writing Technique