Chapter 14 – Emotion Regulation

Chapter 14 References

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  • In the Yale Experts in Emotion on James Gross discusses the brain physiology of individuals diagnosed with social anxiety disorder (SAD) does not differ in healthy controls. Instead, difficulty engaging in cognitive appraisal may be an underlying cause of SAD.  In fact, Gross suggests that individuals with SAD may simply need a instruction or cue to start the cognitive reappraisal process.  Watch from 11:24 – 18:00.  Earlier in this video Gross distinguishes between emotion generation and emotion regulation

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