Chinese conception of emotion and emotion regulation

Siu Mui CHAN

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Abstract

The study aims at finding out the 'emotion socialization' of Chinese parents (Hong Kong) in bringing up their children. A literature review will be conducted to find out the Confucian and Taoism conceptions of the nature of emotion and the role of emotion regulation in psychological health. An interview will be conducted to find out how far parental behaviours in handling emotion of their children (what to express, how to express and how to regulate emotion) are still affected by the two traditional Chinese ideologies.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2000

Citation

Chan, S. M. (2000, July). Chinese conception of emotion and emotion regulation. Paper presented at the 27th International Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden.

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