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Reviewing the state of the science in a dynamic, thriving field, this influential handbook integrates knowledge from multiple psychological. The Handbook of Emotion Regulation (2nd ed.), by James J. Gross (Ed.). New York, NY: Guilford Press, Pages, $ Reviewed by ALEXANDER L. Handbook of Emotion Regulation, First Edition. This authoritative volume provides a comprehensive road map of the important and rapidly growing field of emotion regulation.


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Critical implications are discussed for psychopathology, psychosocial interventions, and health. Including helpful cross-referencing among chapters, the volume describes cutting-edge methods and identifies promising directions for future investigation.

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In the fifth section social aspects of emotion regulation are discussed in five chapters. Coan and Maresh use social baseline theory as a framework to highlight the prominent role of the quality of relationships and proximity in brain response to perceived threats.

The chapter raises the question how satisfactory social relations economize neural activity and behavior. Jones, Kirkland and Cunnigham review attitude models, emphasize dynamic perspectives and the difference between attitude and evaluation to show the iterative nature of evaluative processes and their possible role in emotion regulation handbook of emotion regulation.

Levenson, Haase, Bloch, Holley and Seider review emotion regulation in couples and list several issues that need to be resolved in order to gain a much deeper insight of dyadic emotion regulation processes. Finally, Mesquita, De Leersnyder and Albert consider emotion regulation from a cultural point of view and draw attention to the fact that the prevalent cultural model of self and emotions may shape our emotion regulation efforts and the preferred or chosen strategies.

The sixth section considers personality processes and individual differences in emotion regulation. Rothbart, Sheese and Posner discuss temperamental differences in effortful control and its contribution to the development of emotion regulation.

John and Eng review how individual differences are conceptualized and operationalized in self-report handbook of emotion regulation.


Hofmann and Kotabe consider appetitive desires from an emotion regulation point of view and list the possible factors that may contribute handbook of emotion regulation the successful regulation of desires.

Mauss and Tamir analyze the content, structure, operation of emotion goals to highlight their roles in automatic and deliberate emotion regulation. Finally, Leary and Gohar list evidence of how the human ability to self-reflect influences the emotions we feel and the ways we regulate them highlighting the role of self-relevant or self-evaluative thoughts in emotion generation and regulation.

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Section handbook of emotion regulation introduces emotion dysregulation in different psychopathologies. Campbell-Sills, Ellard and Barlow focus on anxiety disorders and argue that the basic features of anxiety disorders are the sources of regulation difficulties experienced by people with anxiety disorders.

Furthermore, the consequences of emotion regulation strategies for people with anxiety disorders may differ from the consequences for healthy people and this may be a perpetuating factor in anxiety disorders.

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Joormann and Siemer focus on mood handbook of emotion regulation and draw our attention to the fact that difficulties in the regulation of both positive and negative affect should be considered when studying major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder.

Kober considers the role of dysregulated emotion as a distal and proximal risk factor in drug use and argues that chronic drug use may further impair emotion regulation via the long-term effects of chronic drug use handbook of emotion regulation the structure and function of the prefrontal cortex.

Finally, Feldman-Barrett, Wilson-Mendenhall and Barsalou define emotion regulation in the framework of situated conceptualization and emphasize the role of psychological construction and meaning making processes in emotion dys- regulation. As a special bonus, purchasers of the second edition can download a supplemental e-book featuring several notable, highly cited chapters from the first edition.