'This book may well become the Michelin Guide for anyone touring the emotion literature. The authors have done a brilliant job in showing how emotion and its expression can serve as the basic organizing feature of much of modern-day psychology. This is a 'must read' for psychology students, psychotherapists, and researchers. I will certainly use it as a text in my upper-division undergraduate and graduate courses.' - James W. Pennebaker, PhD 'The authors provide comprehensive coverage of the early socialization influences of emotional inexpressiveness. Their superb exposition also encompasses the physical, psychological, and interpersonal problems associated with the inability to identify and communicate emotions. Additionally, the book reviews clinical procedures for use in both individual and couple therapy....An invaluable reference for clinicians and researchers alike.' - Marvin R. Goldfried, PhD 'A lively and accessible exploration of key issues...that will contribute substantially to the growing interest in emotion.' - From the Foreword by Jeremy D. Safran, PhDVom Verlag:
This clearly written book examines the role of emotional expression and nonexpression in individual adaptation, social interaction, and the therapeutic process. Synthesizing a vast body of theory and research into a coherent conceptual framework, the authors show that expression and nonexpression come in many different forms, with a wide range of consequences for personal well- being and relationship satisfaction. Including helpful clinical examples, the book provides guidelines for the assessment and treatment of problems related to emotional behaviour.
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