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Emotional competences and well-being: Which facets of emotional awareness are linked to various forms of anxiety in 10-13 years old children?

    2017
  • Hogrefe ; Firenze
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  • Well-being in Education Systems. - 2017, p. 181-185
English Emotions characterize most part of our daily lives. How individuals experience and deal with their emotions can be considered a key factor for various aspects of our mental health and well-being. More precisely, increased emotional competence (i.e., the ability to identify, understand, express, and regulate one’s own emotions and those of others) has been related to several positive outcomes such as higher happiness and positive affectivity, lower negative affectivity, better health, better social relationships, better job performance (e.g., Brasseur, Grégoire, Bourdu, & Mikolajczak, 2013).
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https://fredi.hepvs.ch/hepvs/documents/321310
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