Emotional Development in Atypical Children

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expression, appraisal, and regulation of emotion according to the type of psychopathology that children have. The presence of patterns in these emotion skills, rather than simple differences between nondiagnosed and diagnosed children, may indicate that emotion processes are important components of children's functioning. Emotional development may be altered by psychopathology, or atypical emotional development may contribute to the occurrence of psychopathology. The origin of these patterns, and possibly their relation to the children's psychopathology and other areas of functioning, present compelling hypotheses to be explored concerning the relations between the emergence of childhood behavior disorders and the course of emotional development.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Support from the National Institute for Mental Health via PHS grant MH49229 is gratefully acknowledged. My thanks also to members of the emotional development labs at the University of Iowa and Wayne State University for their assistance with this research, and to Carolyn Saarni, Nancy Eisenberg, and Susanne Denham for previous discussions that contributed to my thinking.


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