Validating emotion regulation
Research project To study relationships between emotion regulation after negative and traumatic life events and psychopathology.
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Interpersonal emotion regulation refers to the process of trying to influence the way another person or persons feel.
It is sometimes termed extrinsic emotion regulation or interpersonal emotion management.
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Examples include trying to cheer up a friend who is upset, trying to make one's partner feel guilty for neglecting oneself, or trying to calm a stressed coworker.