ROLE OF EMOTIONAL REGULATION STRATEGIES IN DETERMINING PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

  • Uzma Jillani Dow University of Health Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan
  • Anila Amber Malik University of Karachi
Keywords: KEYWORDS: Emotional regulation, Cognitive appraisal, expressive suppression, psychological distress, university students

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2022-12-31
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Jillani U, Malik AA. ROLE OF EMOTIONAL REGULATION STRATEGIES IN DETERMINING PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS. J Pak Psychiatr Soc [Internet]. 2022Dec.31 [cited 2024May23];19(04):20-4. Available from: https://jpps.pk/index.php/journal/article/view/210