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Emotion Regulation in High and Low Socially Anxious Individuals : An Experimental Study Investigating Emotional Mimicry, Emotion Recognition, and Self-Reported Emotion Regulation

Emotion Regulation in High and Low Socially Anxious Individuals : An Experimental Study Investigating Emotional Mimicry, Emotion Recognition, and Self-Reported Emotion Regulation

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PETER-RUF, Claudia, Ursula KIRMSE, Simone PFEIFFER, Marc SCHMID, Frank H. WILHELM, Tina IN-ALBON, 2017. Emotion Regulation in High and Low Socially Anxious Individuals : An Experimental Study Investigating Emotional Mimicry, Emotion Recognition, and Self-Reported Emotion Regulation. In: Journal of Depression and Anxiety Disorders. 1(1), pp. 17-26

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