Integrating Diverse Developmental Perspectives on Emotion Regulation
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- Diamond, L.M. & Aspinwall, L.G. Motivation and Emotion (2003) 27: 1. doi:10.1023/A:1023670208060
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Emotion regulation has been studied in diverse ways within different subdisciplines of psychology—most notably social development, personality and individual differences, social psychophysiology, interpersonal relationships, and stress and coping. The goal of this Special Issue is to demonstrate the value of integrating these diverse approaches for building multilevel, lifespan models of emotion regulation. We review each of the contributions to this special issue, highlighting recurring themes and previewing our own perspective on directions for future theory and research.