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University of Cambridge > Talks.cam > Cambridge Psychometrics Centre Seminars > Combining micro and macro analyses to observe interaction in longitudinal studies: The case of children's emotion regulation in early childhood
Combining micro and macro analyses to observe interaction in longitudinal studies: The case of children's emotion regulation in early childhood
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Emotions and the self-regulation of emotions represent intertwined processes, but the degree of their integration makes the subject of a heated debate. This talk focuses on how to measure the transactional relationship between emotions and emotion regulation during interaction, at a microanalytic scale. It then examines modalities to embed this process-oriented approach into more normative analyses (structural equation modelling) to examine how the process changes as children develop from age 2 to age 3.
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