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Emotion dysregulation is fundamental to a range of psychiatric disorders. Leading psychological treatments are often designed to teach several emotion regulation strategies. However, teaching a wide range of strategies may be an inefficient way to enhance emotional functioning. We propose a framework of emotion dysregulation to guide the development of more efficient and flexible interventions. We review motivational (i.e., self-efficacy), between- situation (i.e., increasing frequency,doi:10.31234/osf.io/7w3ed fatcat:plyewp5pozhd7ktuj6hdezji64