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Emotion regulation: a matter of time

Contributor(s): Cole, Pamela M [Editor] | Hollenstein, Tom [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Frontiers of developmental science. Publisher: New York Routledge 2018Description: xvii, 283 p. Includes bibliographical references and index.ISBN: 9781138683204.Subject(s): Emotions and cognition | Developmental psychology | Emotions in children | Emotions in adolescenceDDC classification: 152.4 Summary: One of the most important advances in the study of emotion regulation is understanding it as a dynamic process that develops across the life span. Emotion Regulation focuses on current conceptual and methodological issues in terms of change over various time scales: developmental change across years, as well as changes from day to day, from situation to situation, and from moment to moment. Written by top experts in the field, the volume is organized around three age periods of the life span: infancy and childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. By taking the matter of time seriously, these chapters represent promising and necessary approaches to broadening our knowledge of emotion regulation as a dynamic process that changes with age. The volume provides guidance for future research that will enable researchers to leave behind facile and static conceptualizations of emotion regulation in favour of richer and more explanatory frameworks. https://www.routledge.com/Emotion-Regulation-A-Matter-of-Time-1st-Edition/Cole-Hollenstein/p/book/9781138683204
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Table of Contents

Preface Pamela M. Cole and Tom Hollenstein
Infancy and Childhood
1. A Biopsychosocial Perspective on the Development of Emotion Regulation across Childhood Nicole B. Perry and Susan D. Calkins
2. The Development of Infant Emotion Regulation: Time is of the Essence Naomi V. Ekas, Julie M. Braungart-Rieker, and Daniel S. Messinger
3. The Development of Emotion Regulation in Early Childhood: A Matter of Multiple Time Scales Pamela M. Cole, Jessica P. Lougheed, and Nilam Ram
4. Emotion Regulation Dynamics during Parent-Child Interactions: Implications for Research and Practice Amanda Sheffield Morris, Lixian Cui, Michael M. Criss, and W. Kyle Simmons
Adolescence
5. In Due Time: Neurodevelopmental Considerations in the Study of Emotion Regulation João F. Guassi Moreira and Jennifer A. Silvers
6. Development and Timing of Developmental Changes in Emotional Reactivity and Emotion Regulation during Adolescence Peter Zimmermann and Alexandra Iwanski
7. The Development of Emotion Regulation across the Transition from Childhood to Adolescence: Regulation of What and Regulation for Whom? Nicholas Allen and Benjamin W. Nelson
8. Emotion Regulation Dynamics in Adolescence Tom Hollenstein and Dianna M. Lanteigne
Adulthood
9. Emotion Dynamics in Older Age Christina Röcke, Annette Brose, and Peter Kuppens
10. Emotional Dynamics and Emotion Regulation in Intimate Relationships Tamara Luginbuehl and Dominik Schoebi
11. Age Differences in Emotion Regulation Dynamics: Anticipatory, Reactivity, and Recovery Processes Gloria Luong, Carla M. Arredondo, and Cornelia Wrzus
12. Managing Emotions across Adulthood Susan T. Charles and Linda J. Levine

One of the most important advances in the study of emotion regulation is understanding it as a dynamic process that develops across the life span. Emotion Regulation focuses on current conceptual and methodological issues in terms of change over various time scales: developmental change across years, as well as changes from day to day, from situation to situation, and from moment to moment. Written by top experts in the field, the volume is organized around three age periods of the life span: infancy and childhood, adolescence, and adulthood.
By taking the matter of time seriously, these chapters represent promising and necessary approaches to broadening our knowledge of emotion regulation as a dynamic process that changes with age. The volume provides guidance for future research that will enable researchers to leave behind facile and static conceptualizations of emotion regulation in favour of richer and more explanatory frameworks.

https://www.routledge.com/Emotion-Regulation-A-Matter-of-Time-1st-Edition/Cole-Hollenstein/p/book/9781138683204

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