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Elizabeth Rubin is a psychologist specializing in the area of emotion regulation. She is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the founding director of the Wisconsin School of Emotion Regulation, and a former doctoral student of Lawrence LeDoux.
Rubin received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Tufts University and completed her graduate training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, earning a Ph.D. under the supervision of William S. Powers and Lawrence W. LeDoux. She has published six research articles, as well as chapters in multiple edited books.
In 2008, Rubin became the founding director of the Wisconsin School of Emotion Regulation, where she trains and certifies therapists in the principles of emotional regulation. In 2010, she published the book Emotional Regulation: Mindfulness and Cognitive Techniques for Regulating the Emotions.
She is the recipient of a research grant from the National Institute of Mental Health and the Althea Frank Center for Child Advocacy and Protection.
Rubin’s research focuses on the role of cognitive reappraisal in emotion regulation. She was the first to examine the effects of reappraisal on physiological outcomes. She found that people who were trained to use reappraisal were better able to manage their physiological arousal when subsequently exposed to negative emotional stimuli.
In her book Emotional Regulation: Mindfulness and Cognitive Techniques for Regulating the Emotions, Rubin argues that people who have developed an understanding of their emotions can better regulate their emotional responses. To do this, people must first learn to “think like an emotion”. Rubin argues that the emotion expression model, where people view emotions as a physical state in the body, is outdated and leads to unrealistic and maladaptive beliefs about emotion regulation. To counter this