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Emotion Regulation of Others and Self (EROS): A Collaborative Research Network

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Missing pieces in the emotion construction kit
This reply considers how my article’s approach might be extended by attention to individual, contextual, and ecological processes. I agree that individual learning and agency play important roles in ontogeny; that sociologists have conducted informative work about the interpersonal and institutional contexts shaping on-line emotion construction; and that consideration of the relational niches in which discrete emotions consolidate can help to clarify their abstract structure. Emotion construction works with nonsocial as well as social materials.
10.1177/1754073912439787
English

Primary contributor

Author B. Parkinson

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4
3
Yes
1754-0739
SAGE Publications
03 July 2012
305-306
London
Post-print
Emotion review

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Harvard

Parkinson, B (2012) Missing pieces in the emotion construction kit. Emotion review. 4 (3), pp. 305-306 London: SAGE Publications.

Vancouver

Parkinson B. Missing pieces in the emotion construction kit. Emotion review 2012; 4 (3): 305-306.