I gave a guest lecture/workshop for the research master course The Psychology of Emotion Regulation: From Basic Principles to Clinical Applications for first- and second year students of the research master Clinical and Developmental Psychopathology at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

The workshop was focused on recent findings related to emotional coregulation, stress-buffering effects of social support/frequent hugs, social sharing of emotion, and the role of individual differences such as attachment style in social emotion expression and regulation. A selection of the class material:

Butler, E. A., & Randall, A. K. (2013). Emotional coregulation in close relationships. Emotion Review, 5(2), 202-210.
Cohen, S., Janicki-Deverts, D., Turner, R. B., & Doyle, W. J. (2015). Does hugging provide stress-buffering social support? A study of susceptibility to upper respiratory infection and ill-ness. Psychological science, 26(2), 135-147.
Rimé, B. (2009). Emotion elicits the social sharing of emotion: Theory and empirical review. Emotion Review, 1(1), 60-85.