1987'6, p.47
Milrud R. P.
Emotional regulation in teaching

Teacher's personality has been taken as a starting point in the study of the regulatory function of emotions in teaching. It has been experimentally proved that the ability for emotional control is formed in the process of acquiring the repertory of emotional responses on the basis of learned perceptions of oneself and of partners in different kinds of activities. A method of psychological correction of the emotional control in the behavior of teachers is suggested which is based on a classification of teachers' psychological-semiotic reactions and on a normative profile of emotional behavior obtained on a representative group of teachers.