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What is Emotional Regulation

Bio-Inspired Algorithms and Devices for Treatment of Cognitive Diseases Using Future Technologies
It is defined as the cognitive processes that may assist individuals in regulating their emotions, and gaining control over these without becoming overwhelmed by them.
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Neuropsychological and Cognitive Control Deficits in Depression
Meenakshi Banerjee (O. P. Jindal Global University, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-9534-3.ch007
The chapter explores the research done so far on neuropsychological deficits in major depressive disorder (MDD). The most prominent deficits have been reported in executive function and the cognitive control networks. These deficits have also been shown to affect various cognitive aspects of a patient, such as metacognitions and emotional regulation. They are also predictors of socio-occupational functioning and of recovering and relapse in patients. This makes it pertinent that these newer treatments for MDD account for these deficits and work on ameliorating them for long-term gains.
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Attachment-Based Play Techniques for Enhancing Growth in Supervision
One’s ability to manage feelings in order to cope effectively with challenges.
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Cognitive Skills Training in Stabilization Process in Trauma Scope and Implications
The ability to control emotional state and determine the process of regulating expressive and suppressive emotional responses over situations.
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Unravelling the Veil: Exploring the Nexus of Insecure Attachment and Functional Somatic Disorders in Adults
Emotional regulation is the ability to manage and restrain one's strong feelings and impulses. Good emotional regulation is being in touch with, sorting through and expressing one's emotions. Those who can control their emotions are better equipped to cope with stressful situations, adjust to new circumstances, and preserve their emotional bearings.
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In the Pursuit of Happiness: Developing and Sustaining Happiness in Children
A response to certain experiences in a sufficient manner using a variety of emotions.
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Adverse Childhood Experiences: How Incidents From the Past Affect a Student's Classroom Behavior Today
The ability to control one’s emotions, even during times of stress; the ability to regain composure once one has been stressed (angry, afraid, excited, nervous, etc.).
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Emotional Aspects of Leadership in the Modern Workplace
The ability to respond to the ongoing demands of experience with the range of emotions in a manner that is socially tolerable and sufficiently flexible to permit spontaneous reactions as well as the ability to delay spontaneous reactions as needed.
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The Process Model of Gameplay to Understand Digital Gaming Outcomes
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Elderly Women Empowerment in the Aging Process: A Cognitive Perspective
An internal and operational process in which individuals adapt to one or more emotion components consciously or unconsciously by changing their own experiences, behavioral expressions or situations that awaken emotions, the basis of emotional and social cohesion.
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Yoga for Attaining the State of Mindfulness
Is controlling the emotional state of self by regulating anger, anxiety, sadness and focusing on positive emotions.
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Challenges of Parents With Children With Rare Diseases in Portugal: A Relational Perspective
Processes, intrinsic and extrinsic, through which individuals exert an effect on experiencing and expressing emotions in order to achieve emotional stability in an adverse situation.
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