Affective science, RDoC, Psychophysiology, Emotion, Emotion regulation, Psychopathology, Clinical practice
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This special section endeavors to facilitate the integration of biologically-based assessments of emotion into the clinical setting. This goal is consistent with the Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) initiative, which aims to identify transdiagnostic biobehavioral mechanisms that underlie mental disorders. We focus on four challenges to applying biologically-informed research on emotion and emotion regulation to clinical contexts: (1) How do we assess emotion in an RDoC framework? (2) How do we integrate measures of emotion with other systems in a wider context? (3) What do physiological indices of emotion tell us about clinical phenomena? and (4) How do we integrate physiological assessments into clinical practice? Throughout this comment, we refer to the articles in this special section to make our points, and, when possible, offer suggestions for future work to continue to address these challenges.
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Journal of Psychopathology Behavioral Assessment, v 38, issue 1, p. 42-47
This is a post-peer-review, pre-copyedit version of an article published in Journal of Psychopathology Behavioral Assessment. The final authenticated version is available online at: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10862-015-9525-7.
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Bylsma, Lauren M.; Mauss, Iris B.; and Rottenberg, Johnathan, "Is the Divide a Chasm?: Bridging Affective Science with Clinical Practice" (2016). Psychology Faculty Publications. 2388.