Summary: Affective Science And Psychopathology

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  • 1.1 gross & Jazaieri (2014)

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  • Many psychiatric disorders are said to be characterized by specific problems with emotions and emotion regulation. Why does this seem indisputable?

    1. The heterogeneity of emotion related processes and the considerable divergence in the definitions of emotion and emotion regulation 

    2. The tremendous heterogeneity within psychiatric disorders.
  • When does emotions arise

    When an individual attends to situation and appraises it as being immediately relevant to his or her currently active goals.
  • As emotions arise, where do they typically invlve in

    - emotional components
    - behavioral components 
    - physiological components
  • When does emotion regulation occurs

    When one activates a goal to influence the emotion- generative process
  • What are the three important common factors for adaptive regulation?

    - awareness of emotions: emotional awareness seems to enhance both the range of available strategies and the flexibility of using them
    - goals: what one means to achieve 
    - strategies : executed to achieve emotion regulation goals
  • Where does situation selection refers to

    Influencing whether one will encounter a specific situation that is likely to generate an emotion that is either desired or not desired 
  • What does situation modification refers to

    Attempts to alter external features of the environment in an effort to influence one's emotion
  • Where does response modulation refers to

    Efforts made to influence one's responses to the situation
  • Where does it depend on whether emotion regulation strategies can be adaptive or maladaptive?

    Depends on the specific individual, the emotion and the context
  • One particularly important cause of many problematic patterns of emotion is emotion dysregulation due to?

    - emotion regulation failures (not engaging in regulation when it would be helpful to do so)
    - emotion dysregulation (using a form of emotion regulation that is poorly matched to the situation)

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