Publication type Article
Status Published
Occupation: senior research officer of laboratory of Psychology of the development of the person in normal and posttraumatic states
Affiliation: Institute of Psychology RAS
Address: Moscow, Russian Federation
Journal namePsikhologicheskii zhurnal
EditionVolume 40 issue 3

The article discusses the role of the processes of emotion regulation in achieving a person's psychological well-being on the materials of Russian and foreign studies. It is shown that the systemic character of emotion regulation allows us to consider its disturbances within the framework of the biopsychosocial approach. Individual strategies for emotion regulation in their interrelationships with psychological well-being are considered. Interpersonal mechanisms of emotion regulation in their normal and dysfunctional manifestations are analyzed. In particular, the role of the partner in the regulation of anxiety and the development of anxiety disorders is shown. The mechanisms of the influence of culture on the processes of emotion regulation and the impact of these mechanisms on the parameters of psychological well-being are described. The author's own empirical studies are discussed, which showed that the ability to cognitive reappraisal is a culturally universal strategy by its mechanisms of influence on the parameters of psychological well-being, while the suppression of emotions is not related to the parameters of psychological well-being for Russians unlike residents of Western countries.


Keywordsemotion regulation, psychological well-being, avoidance, suppression of emotions, cognitive overestimation, distraction, acceptance, cultural models of Self
AcknowledgmentThis work was supported by the RFH (project No. 15-06-10892).
Publication date25.04.2019
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