Inhibition and re-appraisal within emotional discourse: the embodying of narration

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Ellis, D. 2009. Inhibition and re-appraisal within emotional discourse: the embodying of narration. Counselling Psychology Quarterly. 22 (3), pp. 319-331.
AuthorsEllis, D.
Abstract

The emotional disclosure paradigm (EDP) associates better health with repeated disclosure of emotional experiences. However, disclosure does not bring health benefits for all, and neither does the EDP adequately specify embodied mechanisms or neural pathways whereby benefits might be produced. This paper addresses these issues by offering more sophisticated notions of emotional inhibition and cognitive reappraisal. It then outlines aspects of the somatic marker hypothesis which supports a more comprehensive conceptualization of the processes that may enable both the positive and negative health effects of disclosure.

Keywordsinhibition; affect
JournalCounselling Psychology Quarterly
Journal citation22 (3), pp. 319-331
Year2009
Accepted author manuscript
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CC BY-ND
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/1524
Publication dates
Print20 Oct 2009
Publication process dates
Deposited05 Apr 2012
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Ellis, D. and Cromby, J., (2011) ‘Inhibition and re-appraisal within emotional discourse: the embodying of narration’ Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 22(3), 319-331..

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