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Mind and body: psychology of emotion and stress

Author: Mandler, George Publisher: Norton 1984.Edition: 7th ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 330 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0393953467Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Mind and Body Psychology of Emotion and Stress Contents PREFACE, xi ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, xiii 1 · MINDS, BODIES, AND EMOTIONS, 1 The New Cognitive Psychology Psychology and the Common Language Psychology and Physiology The Mind-Body Problem--An Inconvenient Fiction A Psychology of Emotion 2 · THE PSYCHOLOGY OF EMOTION: PAST AND PRESENT, 15 What Is Emotion? Themes and Variations. The New Century. The Two Aspects of Emotion. James--and Lange, and Others. The Jamesian Critics. Viscera and Cognition. Psychophysiology. Fundamental-Emotion Theories. Conflict--Now You See It, Now You Don't. Contemporary Conflict Theories. 3 5 8 10 12 16 20 34 The Organic Tradition The Mental Tradition 3 · THE HUMAN MIND, 49 The Structure of Mind Organization and Structure. Mental Structure--Conscious and Unconscious. 50 53 The Structure of a Cognitive-Interpretive System Schemas: The Basic Units of Mind. Automaticity and Activation. Attention. Schema Complexity and Change. Beyond the Schema. Cognition and Conditioning. Preconscious State-of-the-World Knowledge. Meaning Analysis 70 Action Systems and Their Structures The Organization of Action. Organized Action Sequences. Coals. Teleology. 76 4 · THE CONSTRUCTION OF CONSCIOUSNESS, 86 Conscious Contents and Processes A Constructivist View of Consciousness 89 The Construction of Consciousness. Meaning Analysis and Consciousness. The Limited Capacity of Consciousness. 90 101 103 108 112 114 117 119 126 128 130 131 Consciousness--A Special Problem for Mental Theory The Uses and Adaptive Functions of Consciousness The Limitation of Conscious Capacity and the Flow of Consciousness Conscious Stopping. Dreaming Consciousness and Emotion 5 · MIND AND EMOTION, 117 Mental Organization and Emotion The Construction of Emotion Mastery and the Appraisal Loop. Arousal. Meaning Analysis and Cognitive Evaluation. Consciousness. Meaning Analysis and Emotion Consciousness and Emotion Repression Feelings, Moods, and Other Uncertainties 6 · AUTONOMIC AROUSAL: ITS USES AND FUNCTIONS, 133 The Autonomic Nervous System Adaptive Consequences of Arousal Arousal, Efficiency, and Attention. 134 139 143 144 147 148 150 156 160 165 170 The Functional Physiological Stimulus Autonomic Perception Autonomic Imagery. Autonomic Generality Autonomic Arousal and the Potentiation of Affect The Conditions of Autonomic Arousal 7 · BIOLOGY AND THE EMOTIONS, 156 Determinism and Potential Aggression Facial Expression Future Rapprochements with Biology 8 · DISCREPANCY AND INTERRUPTION: OCCASIONS FOR EMOTIONS, 171 The Consequences of Interruption Persistence and Completion. Response Substitution. The Problem of Completion. 173 176 Emotional Consequences of Interruption The Effects of Interruption. Interruption of Consummatory Behavior. Disruption as a Consequence of Interruption. The Organization of Emotional Sequences. The Joys of Completion. An Example of Emotion and Interruption. Interruption and Close Relationships. Cognitive Interruption. 9 · VALUE: SOURCE OF EMOTIONAL QUALITIES, 190 Approaches to Value Sources of Value Innate Values. Personal and Cultural Predication. Structural Evaluations. Value and Familiarity. 192 193 205 208 209 214 216 218 222 228 230 238 244 250 263 Value, Interest, and Familiarity Value--Cultural and Individual Models of Affective Structure Cultural Variation in Emotional Experience Value and Consciousness Conclusion 10 · ANXIETY AND EMOTION, 220 Theoretical Positions Psychoanalytic Theory. Learning Theory. Existentialist Theory. The Measurement of Anxiety Anxiety, Pain, and Inhibition Fundamental Distress. Anxiety and Interruption Anxiety, Helplessness, and Hopelessness 11 · STRESS AND EMOTION, 249 Short-term Effects of Stress: Stress and Thought Long-term Effects of Stress: Life Stress 12 · IMPLICATIONS Cognitive Efficiency. Coping with Stress. The Strange and the Unusual. Problem Solving, Memory, and Stress. Life Stress and Interruption. The Effects of Stress. AND EXTENSIONS, 269 269 The Development of Emotion The Development of Cognitive-Evaluative Processes. Psychoanalytic Theory and Emotional Development. The Development of Autonomic-Visceral Functions. Emotion and Memory Changing Mental Structures Personality, Pathology, and Individual Differences Sex--A Different Emotion? Speculations about Aesthetics and Creativity The Psychotherapy of Everyday Life. 275 278 283 291 296 Personality Scales. Psychopathy. Emotional Involvement. REFERENCES, 301 NAME INDEX, 321 SUBJECT INDEX, 327

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