Tuesday 22 June 2021 7:30 - 8:30 PM
In this talk, I will first discuss the different ways people manage or control their emotions during emotionally challenging situations, with a specific focus on social interactions. I will also talk about how emotion regulation within intimate relationships shapes the degree to which individuals can successfully achieve personal goals, and how well couples can resolve their disagreements. Finally, I will discuss how parents' conflict can spill over to parent-child relationships within the family environment.
Rachel completed her PhD in 2018 and is now an Assistant Professor/Lecturer of Psychology, at Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Her research focuses on emotion regulation processes within interpersonal relationships, including how different emotion regulation strategies during daily life and social interactions predict important personal and interpersonal outcomes, such as support, problem resolution, and relationship and personal well-being. Rachel's research also focuses on how emotion regulation processes within couples' interactions spill over to subsequent family interactions, such as when parents are playing with or interacting with their children. Rachel is also interested in investigating how parents' emotion regulation strategies influence children's emotional experiences and regulation abilities.
Please register for this talk so we can plan seating for the expected numbers. A small donation on arrival at the door is appreciated but not compulsory.