Emotion Regulation in Autism

Emotional regulation is a developmental process throughout the life underlying attention and social engagement, and is essential for the optimal social, emotional and communication development and the development of relationships for an individual. Some are directly related to the neurological basis of autism, while others are related to characteristics of environments and social demands

Emotional regulation has an importance to the behavioural charecter of an autistic induvidual.There are many categories of factors that put individuals with autism at high-risk for experiencing emotional dysregulation. . The behaviour pattern of an Autistic individual depends on the emotion he develops with or without an external factor

  • Neural Mechanisms of Autistic Emotional Regulation
  • Cognitive theories
  • Emotion Regulatory Stratergies
  • Self Regulatory Stratergies

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