Individual Differences in Two Emotion Regulation Processe

Individual Differences in Two Emotion Regulation Processes: Implications for Affect, Relationships, and Well-Being  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 2003, Vol. 85, No. 2, 348–362 James J. Gross, Stanford University Oliver P. John, University of California, Berkeley “Frequent use of suppression as a regulatory strategy should thus relate to inauthenticity, that is, the tendency to present oneself in ways that… Read More Individual Differences in Two Emotion Regulation Processe