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date: 25 February 2021

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This chapter examines cognitive processes that underlie the development of emotion dysregulation. It first introduces and defines key terms including emotion, emotion regulation, and emotion dysregulation. It then introduces the authors’ theoretical perspective, the extended process model of emotion regulation, which considers emotion generation and emotion regulation as valuation systems, and describes core regulation processes, including regulation strategies. Next, using the extended process model of emotion regulation as the guiding framework, the chapter discusses how emotion dysregulation may occur during the identification, selection, implementation, and monitoring stages. The chapter concludes by considering unresolved controversies and suggests several exciting avenues for future research across basic and applied domains.

Keywords: cognitive processes, emotion, emotion regulation, emotion dysregulation, process model

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