I. Foundations1. Emotion Regulation: Conceptual and Empirical Foundations, James J. GrossII. Biological Bases2. The Neural Bases of Emotion and Emotion Regulation: A Valuation Perspective, Kevin N. Ochsner and James J. Gross3. Temporal Dynamics of Emotion Regulation, Greg Hajcak, Jonathan P. Dunning, Daniel Foti, and Anna Weinberg4. The Neural Basis of Emotion Dysregulation, Tom Johnstone and Henrik Walter5. A Neurobiological Model of Implicit and Explicit Emotion Regulation, Anett Gyurak and Amit EtkinIII. Cognitive Approaches6. Delay Discounting: A Two-Systems Perspective, Eric M. Miller, Christian Rodriguez, Bokyung Kim, and Samuel M. McClure7. The Role of Emotion and Emotion Regulation in the Ability to Delay Gratification, Anna Luerssen and Ozlem Ayduk8. Emotion Regulation Choice: Theory and Findings, Gal Sheppes9. Emotion Regulation and Decision Making, Alessandro Grecucci and Alan G. SanfeyIV. Developmental Considerations10. Self-Regulation, Effortful Control, and Their Socioemotional Correlates, Nancy Eisenberg, Claire Hofer, Michael J. Sulik, and Tracy L. Spinrad11. Socialization of Emotion and Emotion Regulation in the Family, Ross A. Thompson12. Emotion Regulation in Adolescence, Michaela Riediger and Kathrin Klipker13. Emotion Regulation and Aging, Susan Turk Charles and Laura L. CarstensenV. Social Aspects14. Social Baseline Theory and the Social Regulation of Emotion, James A. Coan and Erin L. Maresh15. Adult Attachment and Emotion Regulation, Phillip R. Shaver and Mario Mikulincer16. Attitudes, Evaluation, and Emotion Regulation, Christopher R. Jones, Tabitha Kirkland, and William A. Cunningham17. Emotion Regulation in Couples, Robert W. Levenson, Claudia M. Haase, Lian Bloch, Sarah R. Holley, and Benjamin H. Seider18. The Cultural Regulation of Emotions, Batja Mesquita, Jozefien de Leersnyder, and Dustin AlbertVI. Personality Processes and Individual Differences19. Temperament and Emotion Regulation, Mary K. Rothbart, Brad E. Sheese, and Michael I. Posner20. Three Approaches to Individual Differences in Affect Regulation: Conceptualization, Measures, and Findings, Oliver P. John and Joshua Eng21. Desire and Desire Regulation: Basic Processes and Individual Differences, Wilhelm Hofmann and Hiroki Kotabe22. Emotion Goals: How Their Content, Structure, and Operation Shape Emotion Regulation, Iris B. Mauss and Maya Tamir23. Self-Awareness and Self-Relevant Thought in the Experience and Regulation of Emotion, Mark R. Leary and Dina GoharVII. Psychopathology24. Emotion Regulation in Anxiety Disorders, Laura Campbell-Sills, Kristen Ellard, and David H. Barlow25. Emotion Regulation in Mood Disorders, Jutta Joormann and Matthias Siemer26. Emotion Regulation in Substance Use Disorders, Hedy Kober27. A Psychological Construction Account of Emotion Regulation and Dysregulation: The Role of Situated Conceptualizations, Lisa Feldman Barrett, Christine D. Wilson-Mendenhall, and Lawrence W. BarsalouVIII. Interventions28. Emotion Regulation Therapy, Douglas S. Mennin and David M. Fresco29. Dialectical Behavior Therapy: An Intervention for Emotion Dysregulation, Andrada D. Neacsiu, Martin Bohus, and Marsha M. Linehan30. Regulation of Emotion through Modification of Attention, Colin MacLeod and Ben Grafton31. Affect Regulation Training, Matthias Berking and Jeanine Schwarz32. Mindfulness Interventions and Emotion Regulation, Norman A. S. Farb, Adam K. Anderson, Julie A. Irving, and Zindel V. SegalIX. Health Implications33. Emotion Regulation and Gene Expression, Steven W. Cole34. Early-Life Socioeconomic Status, Emotion Regulation, and the Biological Mechanisms of Disease across the Lifespan, Edith Chen and Gregory E. Miller35. Emotion Regulation and Cardiovascular Disease Risk, Allison A. Appleton and Laura D. Kubzansky36. Emotion and Self-Regulation Failure, Dylan D. Wagner and Todd F. Heatherton
James J. Gross, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Stanford University and Director of the Stanford Psychophysiology Laboratory. He is a leading figure in the areas of emotion and emotion regulation and a recipient of early career awards from the American Psychological Association (APA), the Western Psychological Association, and the Society for Psychophysiological Research. A Bass University Fellow in Undergraduate Education and Director of the Stanford Psychology One Teaching Program, Dr. Gross has won numerous awards for his teaching, including the Dean's Award for Distinguished Teaching, the Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize, the Stanford Postdoctoral Mentoring Award, and the Walter J. Gores Award for Excellence in Teaching. He is the author of over 250 publications and is a Fellow in the Association for Psychological Science and the APA.
"The first edition of this handbook defined a major field of study, and the second edition is even better. Gross--the worldwide leader in the study of emotion regulation--has done a masterful job of pulling together the best and newest work in this area. People try every day in many ways to manage their emotions; the volume provides an informative, authoritative overview of research about their successes and failures. Anyone interested in the management of emotion, indeed anyone interested in human emotions generally, will find this a fascinating read and an indispensable resource. Recommended for everyone from students to expert researchers."--Roy F. Baumeister, PhD, author of Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength "This is the definitive book on emotion regulation, the bridge between cognitive and affective neurosciences. An all-star array of researchers synthesize psychological and neuroscience perspectives, covering everything from child development to aging, individual variation to psychopathology. A valuable and comprehensive volume that sums up where we are and excites us about where we are going."--John D. E. Gabrieli, PhD, Grover Hermann Professor of Health Sciences and Technology and Cognitive Neuroscience, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "This second edition represents much more than a mere updating of chapters. There have been many developments in the field since the publication of the first edition, and the volume captures them all! Gross presents exciting theories, methodological approaches, and applications for clinical intervention. Not only is the Handbook the go-to volume for the latest in emotion regulation, but it also will serve as a useful resource for clinicians, with sections on psychopathology, interventions, and health. The writing is uniformly very good, making this the kind of book that people will find themselves reading more of than perhaps they originally intended."--Ann M. Kring, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley "The study of emotion regulation has surged dramatically in the last decade. Researchers, teachers, and students who feel overwhelmed should take heart. This superbly edited handbook offers both a framework and a comprehensive overview of the process of emotion regulation. It explores biological, cognitive, social, and developmental aspects, as well as implications for psychopathology, health, and intervention. The second edition of the Handbook will serve to guide and further energize this dynamic field."--Paul L. Harris, DPhil, Harvard Graduate School of Education