Throwback Thursday: Reflecting on Emotional Control

By Christina Luppi
September 13, 2018

Back in 2009, Dr. Aaron Reid discussed our love/hate relationship with emotion.  When our emotions are running high, we necessarily have less cognitive resources accessible and thus we have less conscious control over our behavior. In the case of Serena Williams, we still ask the question: “How much control can we expect people to exert over their emotions in high pressure, high stress situations?”. Let’s take a look back as we reflect on how we can learn from criticizing our own behavior: http://www.sentientdecisionscience.com/on-serena-and-emotional-control

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