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The Assessment of Emotion Regulation: Improving Construct Validity in Research on Psychopathology in Youth—An Introduction to the Special Section

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The Assessment of Emotion Regulation: Improving Construct Validity in Research on Psychopathology in Youth—An Introduction to the Special Section   (Citations: 3)
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This paper discusses issues in the assessment of emotion regulation in psychopathology research in youth and introduces a special section of the Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment on the topic. The historical and practical importance of the concept of emotion regulation is noted and conceptual challenges in assessing emotion regulation are discussed. Empirical goals for improving construct validity in research on psychopathology and emotion regulation are discussed. We comment on how the papers in the special section advance understanding in these areas and suggest a multiple perspective and a multiple level of analysis approach for clarifying future research.
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    • ...Weems and Pina (2010) acknowledge the inherent difficulty in measuring these overlapping constructs and the potential measurement contamination that may arise...

    Emily D. Gersteinet al. Developmental Risk and Young Children’s Regulatory Strategies: Predict...

    • ...Dr Weems’ special section was on the importance of emotion regulation as a construct, its’ measurement, and the implications of this construct in the field of psychopathology and assessment (Weems and Pina 2010)...

    Randall T. Salekin. Publication Opportunity in the Journal of Psychopathology and Behavior...

    • ...Measuring emotion regulation and dysregulation is a complex and difficult task, complicated by method variance and the relationship between emotion regulation patterns and related constructs, such as externalizing behaviors (Weems and Pina 2010) and also by conceptual issues surrounding emotion regulation and emotion dysregulation (Lewis et al. 2010; Weems and Pina 2010)...
    • ...Measuring emotion regulation and dysregulation is a complex and difficult task, complicated by method variance and the relationship between emotion regulation patterns and related constructs, such as externalizing behaviors (Weems and Pina 2010) and also by conceptual issues surrounding emotion regulation and emotion dysregulation (Lewis et al. 2010; Weems and Pina 2010)...

    Jenni L. SchelbleBridgetet al. Emotion Dysregulation and Academic Resilience in Maltreated Children

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