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Yuri Bibiana Gómez-Rivera David Arturo Acosta-Silva

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Se discuten algunos elementos de la regulación emocional interpersonal con el objetivo de sintetizar y organizar las contribuciones teóricas y empíricas que se han generado sobre el tema. Se presenta cómo se ha analizado la regulación emocional desde el surgimiento de estos estudios en los noventa, describiendo características, procesos, clases, motivos, elementos y consecuencias de la regulación emocional interpersonal que ha reportado la literatura. Se concluye presentando algunas limitaciones que a nuestro juicio ha tenido la regulación emocional interpersonal: su falta de consenso teórico entre investigadores, su escasa investigación en diversas áreas del conocimiento (como en la educación), su incipiente exploración en el contexto latinoamericano y la carencia de su estudio con niños, niñas y adolescentes; estas limitantes pueden servir para superar los vacíos teóricos y motivar a futuros investigadores a colaborar en la producción investigativa de este campo.

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Gómez-Rivera, Y. B., & Acosta-Silva, D. A. (2021). Ayudar y recibir ayuda de otros: precisiones sobre la regulación emocional interpersonal. Diversitas, 17(2). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.usantotomas.edu.co/index.php/diversitas/article/view/7080
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