Autorregulação parental, regulação emocional e temperamento: implicações para a intervenção

Translated title of the contribution: Parental self-regulation, emotional regulation and temperament: implications for intervention

Luísa Barros*, Ana Rita Goes, Ana Isabel Pereira

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Abstract

This work presents a theoretical and integrative review about parental self-regulation and emotional regulation processes, and its connections with parental coping and temperament. Parents’ adaptation requires the ability to regulate their own behavior in reaction to their perception and interpretation of the child’s behavior. These self-regulation processes are often intertwined with intense emotions that need to be regulated. Parenting attitudes and behaviors cannot be fully understood without considering the parents’ emotional dysregulation and their emotional regulation strategies. However, only few studies focus the effects of parents’ emotional regulation strategies on the parenting behavior. Experiential avoidance and overprotection are discussed as extreme cases of parental emotional regulation strategies that may have particularly detrimental effects in childrearing. The authors propose that, although the main parenting interventions already use a self-regulation approach, specific training in adaptive emotional regulation strategies should be included in these programs.
Translated title of the contributionParental self-regulation, emotional regulation and temperament: implications for intervention
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)295-306
Number of pages12
JournalEstudos de Psicologia (Campinas)
Volume32
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2015
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Emotional regulation
  • Parenting
  • Self regulation
  • Temperament

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