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Approaches to emotion

Author: Scherer, Klaus R. ; Ekman, PaulPublisher: Psychology Press, 1984.Language: EnglishDescription: 426 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0898594065 ; 0898593506/0898594065 (pbkType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Approaches to Emotion Contents Preface xi 1 7 Questions About Emotion: An Introduction Paul Ekman and Klaus Scherer References PART I: BIOLOGICAL APPROACH 1. Emotion: A Neurobehavioral Analysis Karl H. Pribram A Labile-Stabile Dimension An Epicritic-Protocritic Dimension: Brain Stem Shell and Core An Effective-Affective Dimension: Basal Ganglia and Limbic Forebrain An Ethical-Esthetic Dimension Conclusion References 2. Hemispheric Asymmetry and Emotion Richard J. Davidson Data on Clinical Populations Data on Normals Emotion Subsystems and Affective Asymmetries References 3. Contributions from Neuroendocrinology Peter Whybrow Some Working Definitions Philosophical Considerations Neuroendocrine Mechanisms of Communication Organization of Neuroendocrine Function Patterns of Neuroendocrine Response Neuroendocrine Balance Neuroendocrine Patterns in Affective Illness References 13 14 21 24 28 32 34 39 40 44 51 55 59 59 60 61 62 63 65 66 70 PART II: DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACHES 4. Levels of Meaning for Infant Emotions: A Biosocial View Robert N. Emde The Evolution of Organized Complexity and Viewing Emotions Meaning and Emotional Development Social Definition of Infant Emotions and Challenges for Understanding Meaning The Adaptive Nature of Infant Emotional States References 5. The Organization of Emotional Development L. Alan Sroufe Emotions as Evolving Systems Emotion and the Organization of Development Emotional Development and Continuity (Coherence) in Adaptation Conclusion References 6. Emotions in Infancy: Regulators of Contact and Relationships with Persons Colwyn Trevarthen Introduction Different Concepts of Emotional Structures Emotional Expression from Birth to Six Months Experimental Proof that Two-Month-Olds Regulate Emotions in Relation to Their Mother's Expression of Feeling Expression of Emotional Empathy in Maternal Speech to Infants Some Developments in Affective Expression After Six Months Conclusions References PART III: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND ETHOLOGICAL APPROACHES 7. Affect Theory Silvan S. Tomkins Affects and Drives Innate Affect Activators Role of the Specific Affects Polarity Theory Major Changes in My Theory of Affect References 163 163 167 170 182 185 194 77 78 80 94 98 102 109 112 116 117 126 127 129 129 133 138 142 145 148 150 155 8. Emotions: A General Psychoevolutionary Theory Robert Plutchik A Structural Psychoevolutionary Theory Emotions and Personality Emotions and Cognitions Cognitions are in the Service of Emotions Emotions and Neurophysiology The Antecedents of Emotion Emotion and Social Structure References 9. Cognition, Emotion and Motivation: The Doctoring of Humpty-Dumpty Richard S. Lazarus, James C. Coyne, and Susan Folkman The Background of our Present Thinking Emotion as Antecedent Cognition Uber Alles Whither Motivation? Concluding Remarks References 10. The Interaction of Affect and Cognition R. B. Zajonc References 11. Thoughts on the Relations Between Emotion and Cognition Richard S. Lazarus Do Emotions Require Cognitive Mediation? Some Widespread Confusions About Cognition Some Further Issues about How Emotion is Generated References 12. On Primacy of Affect R. B. Zajonc "Widespread Misunderstanding" Empirical Basis of Affective Primacy Facts or Definition Independence of Affect and Cognition Conclusion References 197 198 205 208 209 210 212 216 218 221 222 225 230 230 233 235 239 245 247 247 252 253 255 259 261 262 265 266 267 269 13. A Perceptual Motor Theory of Emotion Howard Leventhal The Perceptual Motor System The Processing System Application of the Model to Basic Problems Conclusions: Emotion as a System References 14. On the Nature and Function of Emotion: A Component Process Approach Klaus R. Scherer The Functions of Emotion On the Definition and Description of Affective States A Process Model of Stimulus Evaluation Concluding Remarks References 15. Expression and the Nature of Emotion Paul Ekman Introduction Cross Cultural Studies of Expression Voluntary and Involuntary Expression Facial Expression and the Autonomic Nervous System Distinguishing Emotion From Reflex Characteristics of Emotion References 16. Animal Communication: Affect or Cognition? Peter Marler The Semantics of Alarm Calls in Monkeys Affect, Cognition, and the Problem of Specificity Cognition and Emotional Theory References PART IV: SOCIOLOGICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES 17. Power, Status, and Emotions: A Sociological Contribution to a Psychophysiological Domain Theodore D. Kemper Power and Status as Social Environment Sociology, Physiology, and Emotions Conclusions References 271 272 273 279 288 289 293 295 297 306 315 316 319 319 319 321 324 328 329 341 345 346 350 357 363 369 371 376 380 381 18. The Role of Emotion in Social Structure Randall Collins Emotion as a Micro Basis of Macro-Sociology References 19. The Emotions in Comparative Perspective Robert I. Levy Anthropological Approaches to Emotion Tahitian Feelings Feeling, Emotion, Knowing and Culture References Author Index 413 Subject Index 423 385 386 396 397 398 400 401 411

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