Prior studies have found that compared to younger peers, older adults become happier and regulate emotions better as they age. However.
MOOD INFLUENCES YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS' EMOTION on the emotion-cognitive control interplay in aging (Dolcos et al., ).
A research study found that regulating emotions -- such as reducing negative emotions or inhibiting unwanted thoughts -- is a.
Next, we present behavioral evidence that older adults use cognitive control to enhance their current emotional states. Then we use research findings from.