Socialization of emotions and emotion regulation in cultural context

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TROMMSDORFF, Gisela, Tobias HEIKAMP, 2013. Socialization of emotions and emotion regulation in cultural context. In: BARNOW, Sven, ed. and others. Cultural variations in psychopathology : from research to practice. Cambridge Mass [u.a.]:Hogrefe, pp. 67-92. ISBN 978-0-88937-434-8

@incollection{Trommsdorff2013Socia-20979, title={Socialization of emotions and emotion regulation in cultural context}, year={2013}, isbn={978-0-88937-434-8}, address={Cambridge Mass [u.a.]}, publisher={Hogrefe}, booktitle={Cultural variations in psychopathology : from research to practice}, pages={67--92}, editor={Barnow, Sven}, author={Trommsdorff, Gisela and Heikamp, Tobias} }

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