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    Reconceptualizing Emotion Regulation.Joseph J. Campos, Eric A. Walle, Audun Dahl & Alexandra Main - 2011 - Emotion Review 3 (1):26-35.
    Emotion regulation is one of the major foci of study in the fields of emotion and emotional development. This article proposes that to properly study emotion regulation, one must consider not only an intrapersonal view of emotion, but a relational one as well. Defining properties of intrapersonal and relational approaches are spelled out, and implications drawn for how emotion regulation is conceptualized, how studies are designed, how findings are interpreted, and how generalizations are drawn. Most research to date has been (...)
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    Social Referencing: Defining and Delineating a Basic Process of Emotion.Eric A. Walle, Peter J. Reschke & Jennifer M. Knothe - 2017 - Emotion Review 9 (3):245-252.
    Social referencing informs and regulates one’s relation with the environment as a function of the perceived appraisals of social partners. Increased emphasis on relational and social contexts in the study of emotion makes this interpersonal process particularly relevant to the field. However, theoretical conceptualizations and empirical operationalizations of social referencing are disjointed across domains and populations of study. This article seeks to unite and refine the study of this construct by providing a clear and comprehensive definition of social referencing. Our (...)
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    The Interpersonal Functions of Empathy: A Relational Perspective.Alexandra Main, Eric A. Walle, Carmen Kho & Jodi Halpern - 2017 - Emotion Review 9 (4):358-366.
    Empathy is an extensively studied construct, but operationalization of effective empathy is routinely debated in popular culture, theory, and empirical research. This article offers a process-focused approach emphasizing the relational functions of empathy in interpersonal contexts. We argue that this perspective offers advantages over more traditional conceptualizations that focus on primarily intrapsychic features. Our aim is to enrich current conceptualizations and empirical approaches to the study of empathy by drawing on psychological, philosophical, medical, linguistic, and anthropological perspectives. In doing so, (...)
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    Infant Social Development Across the Transition From Crawling to Walking.Eric A. Walle - 2016 - Frontiers in Psychology 7.
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    Interpersonal Responding to Discrete Emotions: A Functionalist Approach to the Development of Affect Specificity.Eric A. Walle & Joseph J. Campos - 2012 - Emotion Review 4 (4):413-422.
    To date, emotion research has primarily focused on the experience and display of the emoter. However, of equal, if not more, importance is how such displays impact and guide the behavior of an observer. We incorporate a functionalist framework of emotion to examine the development of differential responding to discrete emotion, theorize on what may facilitate its development, and hypothesize the functions that may underlie such behavioral responses. Although our review is focused primarily on development, the theoretical and methodological ideas (...)
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    Postural Communication of Emotion: Perception of Distinct Poses of Five Discrete Emotions.Lukas D. Lopez, Peter J. Reschke, Jennifer M. Knothe & Eric A. Walle - 2017 - Frontiers in Psychology 8.
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    How Can One Piece Together Emotion When a Crucial Piece Is Missing?Eric A. Walle, Audun Dahl & Joseph J. Campos - 2012 - Emotion Review 4 (3):299-300.
    Attempts to explain emotion typically emphasize the interaction of evolutionary and socialization processes. However, in describing this interplay the role of the person is typically underemphasized or unaccounted for. This paper lays out empirical and theoretical rationale for considering the person as a major contributor to emotion generation and development.
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    Editorial: Everyday Beliefs About Emotion: Their Role in Subjective Experience, Emotion as an Interpersonal Process, and Emotion Theory.Manuel F. Gonzalez, Eric A. Walle, Yochi Cohen-Charash & Stephanie A. Shields - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    Adult Judges Use Heuristics When Categorizing Infants’ Naturally Occurring Responses to Others’ Emotions.Peter J. Reschke & Eric A. Walle - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
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    Did You Mean to Do That? Infants Use Emotional Communication to Infer and Re-Enact Others’ Intended Actions.Peter J. Reschke, Eric A. Walle & Daniel Dukes - 2020 - Cognition and Emotion 34 (7):1473-1479.
    ABSTRACTInfants readily re-enact others’ intended actions during the second year of life. However, the role of emotion in appreciating others’ intentions and how this understanding develops in infa...
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    Developing Emotion Research: Insights From Emotional Development.Eric A. Walle - 2020 - Emotion Review 12 (4):209-211.
    A full understanding of emotion necessitates the bridging of disciplinary perspectives and methodological approaches. This special section uses emotional development as a foil to illustrate how suc...
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    Putting Social Referencing and Social Appraisal Back Together Again.Eric A. Walle, Peter J. Reschke & Jennifer M. Knothe - 2017 - Emotion Review 9 (3):269-270.
    We are encouraged by the attention paid to fundamental aspects relating to the interpersonal functions of emotion. In continuing this discussion, we consider two arguments used to distinguish social referencing and social appraisal, namely the role of ostension and the absence of prior appraisals of the individual. We contend that neither element is essential to social referencing.
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    Associations Between Sleep and Mental Health Among Latina Adolescent Mothers: The Role of Social Support.Shun Ting Yung, Alexandra Main, Eric A. Walle, Rose M. Scott & Yaoyu Chen - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    Adolescent mothers experience poorer sleep than adult mothers, and Latina adolescent mothers are at greater risk of postpartum depression compared with other racial/ethnic groups. However, social support may be protective against the negative effects of poor sleep in this population. The current study examined associations between the quality and quantity of Latina adolescent mothers’ sleep and mental health, and whether social support buffered the effects of poor sleep on mental health. A sample of Latina adolescent mothers from an agricultural region (...)
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