Emotion Regulation and Vulnerability to Depression: Spontaneous Versus Instructed Use of Emotion Suppression and Reappraisal

Ehring T, Tuschen-Caffier B, Schnuelle J, Fischer S, Gross JJ (2010)
EMOTION 10(4): 563-572.

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Ehring T, Tuschen-Caffier B, Schnuelle J, Fischer S, Gross JJ. Emotion Regulation and Vulnerability to Depression: Spontaneous Versus Instructed Use of Emotion Suppression and Reappraisal. EMOTION. 2010;10(4):563-572.
Ehring, T., Tuschen-Caffier, B., Schnuelle, J., Fischer, S., & Gross, J. J. (2010). Emotion Regulation and Vulnerability to Depression: Spontaneous Versus Instructed Use of Emotion Suppression and Reappraisal. EMOTION, 10(4), 563-572. doi:10.1037/a0019010
Ehring, T., Tuschen-Caffier, B., Schnuelle, J., Fischer, S., and Gross, J. J. (2010). Emotion Regulation and Vulnerability to Depression: Spontaneous Versus Instructed Use of Emotion Suppression and Reappraisal. EMOTION 10, 563-572.
Ehring, T., et al., 2010. Emotion Regulation and Vulnerability to Depression: Spontaneous Versus Instructed Use of Emotion Suppression and Reappraisal. EMOTION, 10(4), p 563-572.
T. Ehring, et al., “Emotion Regulation and Vulnerability to Depression: Spontaneous Versus Instructed Use of Emotion Suppression and Reappraisal”, EMOTION, vol. 10, 2010, pp. 563-572.
Ehring, T., Tuschen-Caffier, B., Schnuelle, J., Fischer, S., Gross, J.J.: Emotion Regulation and Vulnerability to Depression: Spontaneous Versus Instructed Use of Emotion Suppression and Reappraisal. EMOTION. 10, 563-572 (2010).
Ehring, Thomas, Tuschen-Caffier, Brunna, Schnuelle, Jewgenija, Fischer, Silke, and Gross, James J. “Emotion Regulation and Vulnerability to Depression: Spontaneous Versus Instructed Use of Emotion Suppression and Reappraisal”. EMOTION 10.4 (2010): 563-572.
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