Document Type

Article

Publication Title

Court Review

Publication Date

2013

Page Number

100

Keywords

judges, judicial process

Disciplines

Judges | Law

Abstract

Judges, like all of us, have been acculturated to an ideal of dispassion. But judges experience emotion on a regular basis. Judicial emotion must be managed competently. The psychology of emotion regulation can help judges learn to prepare realistically for, and respond thoughtfully to, the emotions they are bound to feel. This short piece, written for a judicial audience, synthesizes research that can help judges accept, analyze, and shape the emotional aspects of their work.

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