According to a new study, people who have problems regulating their emotions have smaller gray matter volume in the orbitofrontal cortex.
According to a new study, children who have been maltreated have a surprising ability to regulate their emotions.
Researchers find significant differences in the brains of teens with bipolar disorder that attempt to take their lives over those with the disorder who have never attempted suicide.
Sleep plays an important role in being able to regulate negative emotions, especially in people with depression and anxiety, a new study reveals.
According to researchers, people may try to invoke negative emotions in others for altruistic reasons, not simply for their own benefit.
According to researchers, couples who fight following a lack of sleep expressed higher inflammation levels in blood samples.
Thinking or talking about oneself in the third person can lead people to consider themselves in similar ways to how they think about others, a new study reports. Researchers say talking about yourself in the third person may allow you to distance yourself from stressful experiences and help to regulate emotion.
Researchers have developed a new assessment model that breaks emotional regulation into three different elements. The MAS assessment will provide clinicians a new way in which to diagnose mood and mental health disorders.
Findings could help to develop new strategies that can help parents to regulate their own emotions while managing their child's aversive behavior.
UCSF researchers report maternal stress could impact the development of a child's parasympathetic nervous system, both in utero and after birth. Additionally, children whose mothers were stressed during pregnancy smile less, are less engaged and have a diminished ability to regulate emotions.