What is it about?

This inaugural Social Development Quartet brings together four empirical articles that focus on the contributions of emotion socialization to children's and adolescents' experience of risk. Together these articles illustrate the buffering effects of optimal emotion socialization as well as its limits.

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Why is it important?

Understanding emotion socialization in non-normative contexts is important from a developmental psychopathology perspective.

Perspectives

The new Social Development Quartet allows readers to see a set of related articles that are focussed on important and timely research questions.

Dr Elizabeth A Lemerise
Western Kentucky University

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This page is a summary of: Social Development Quartet: Emotion Socialization in the Context of Psychopathology and Risk, Social Development, November 2015, Wiley, DOI: 10.1111/sode.12167.
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