Cultivating Affective Resilience: Proof-Of-Concept Evidence of Translational Benefits From a Novel Cognitive-Emotional Intervention in Veterans

      Abundant evidence highlights the importance of cognitive and emotion regulation (ER) in the experience of subjective well-being, but translation of the beneficial effects of ER from laboratory to real-life benefits in affective resilience is still scarce. Here, we report proof-of-concept evidence from a novel cognitive-emotional training intervention targeting the acquisition of ER skills aimed at increasing resilience against emotional distress in a group of veterans.
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