J.J. Gross's scientific contributions

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... Emotion regulation involves monitoring, evaluating, and modifying emotional reactions (Thompson, 1994). It can be defined as a process that aims to intensify, decrease, or maintain the behavioral, cognitive, experiential, or physiological valences of emotion, depending on the subject's objectives (Gross & Thompson, 2007). The effectiveness of emotion regulation implies the selection of appropriate strategies and flexibility in their use, which in itself means psychological adjustment (Campbell-Sills & Barlow, 2006). ...
... Preece et al., 2018;D. A. Preece et al., 2020), people with alexithymia have difficulties processing their emotions resulting in a reduced emotional awareness, which has been proposed as a rate-limiting component for successful emotion regulation (Gross, 2015). Emotional regulation also participates in the modulation of the empathic response, reappraisal and suppression strategies interact with both affective empathy and cognitive empathy (Decety, 2011;Lockwood et al., 2014;Naor et al., 2018;Zaki & Ochsner, 2012). ...