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A szelf-szabályozás, ezen belül az érzelemszabályozás fejlődése és a fejlődés zavarai, illetve összefüggésük különböző pszichopatológiai állapotokkal az utóbbi években egyre nagyobb hangsúlyt kaptak a klinikai kutatásokban. Jelen tanulmányban egyrészt az érzelemszabályozás zavarait és fejlődéslélektani vonatkozásait tekintjük át, különös figyelemmel a fejlődési pszichopatológiai vonatkozásokra. Másrészt a maladaptív szabályozási mechanizmusok szerepét vizsgáljuk két klinikai vonatkozásban; az addikciók és az evési zavarok kapcsán. Mindkét zavar közös jellemzője a szabályozási deficit, különös tekintettel az affektusok szabályozásának nehézségeire. A tanulmány végén amellett érvelünk, hogy a maladaptív vagy diszfunkcionális érzelemszabályozási technikák legjobban mint transzdiagnosztikus rizikó- és/vagy fenntartó tényezők érthetők meg.

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