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The Oxford handbook of emotion dysregulation, edited by Theodore P. Beauchaine and Sheila E. Crowell.

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The Oxford handbook of emotion dysregulation, edited by Theodore P. Beauchaine and Sheila E. Crowell.
Language
eng
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Main title
The Oxford handbook of emotion dysregulation
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electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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edited by Theodore P. Beauchaine and Sheila E. Crowell.
Series statement
Oxford library of psychologyOxford handbooks online
Summary
Emotion dysregulation - which is often defined as the inability to modulate strong affective states including impulsivity, anger, fear, sadness, and anxiety - is observed in nearly all psychiatric disorders. These include internalizing disorders such as panic disorder and major depression, externalizing disorders such as conduct disorder and antisocial personality disorder, and various other disorders including schizophrenia, autism, and borderline personality disorder. Among many affected individuals, precursors to emotion dysregulation appear early in development, and often predate the emergence of diagnosable psychopathology
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Emotion dysregulation
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