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Handbook of approach and avoidance motivation

Author: Elliot, Andrew J. Publisher: Psychology Press, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 664 p. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9780805860191Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Handbook of Approach and Avoidance Motivation Contents Preface ........................................................................................................................................................................... xi Editor ........................................................................................................................................................................... xiii Contributors................................................................................................................................................................... xv PART I Introduction Introduction and Overview Chapter 1 Approach and Avoidance Motivation........................................................................................................... 3 Andrew J. Elliot PART II Neurophysiology and Neurobiology Brain Systems and Mechanisms Chapter 2 Emotional Processing and Motivation: In Search of Brain Mechanisms................................................... 17 Christopher K. Cain and Joseph E. LeDoux Cortical Asymmetry Chapter 3 Effects of Early Experience on the Development of Cerebral Asymmetry and Approach­Withdrawal......................................................................................................................... 35 Nathan A. Fox and Bethany C. Reeb Cortex-Reflex Connections Chapter 4 Appetitive and Defensive Motivation Is the Substrate of Emotion............................................................ 51 Peter J. Lang and Margaret M. Bradley Subcortical Processes Chapter 5 Dopamine and SEEKING: Subcortical "Reward" Systems and Appetitive Urges.................................... 67 Jaak Panksepp and Joseph Moskal Neurotransmitters Chapter 6 An Accumbens Dopamine­Acetylcholine System for Approach and Avoidance..................................... 89 Bartley G. Hoebel, Nicole M. Avena, and Pedro Rada Hormones Chapter 7 The Role and Mechanisms of Steroid Hormones in Approach­Avoidance Behavior..............................109 Cheryl A. Frye and Madeline E. Rhodes Olfaction Chapter 8 Development of Olfactory Modulated Approach and Avoidance Motivated Behaviors..........................127 Regina M. Sullivan, Donna J. Toufexis, and Donald A. Wilson PART Ill Basic Dispositions, Goals, and States Basic Personality Dispositions Chapter 9 Basic Personality Dispositions Related to Approach and Avoidance: Extraversion/Neuroticism, BAS/BIS, and Positive/Negative Affectivity.............................................. 151 Randy J. Larsen and Adam A. Augustine Basic Dispositions in Nonhuman Animais Chapter 10 Individual Differences in Approach and Avoidance Motivation in Animais......................................... 165 Amanda C. Jones and Samuel D. Gosling Behavioral Genetics Chapter 11 Genetic Influences on Individual Differences in Approach and Avoidance.......................................... 187 H. Hill Goldsmith and Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant Social Motives and Goals Chapter 12 Making Connections and Avoiding Loneliness: Approach and Avoidance Social Motives and Goals........................................................................................................................ 203 Shelly L. Gable and Elliot T Berkman Achievement Motives and Goals Chapter 13 Approach and Avoidance Motivation in the Achievement Domain: Integrating the Achievement Motive and Achievement Goal Traditions .......................................................................217 Todd M. Thrash and Anne L. Hurst Motivational States Chapter 14 Activation and Measurement of Motivational States..............................................................................235 Ronald S. Friedman and Jens Förster PART IV Evaluative Processes Evolution of Evaluative Processes I Chapter 15 Internal Regulatory Variables and the Design of Human Motivation: A Computational and Evolutionary Approach.................................................................................................................... 251 John Tooby, Leda Cosmides, Aaron Sell, Debra Lieberman, and Daniel Sznycer Evolution of Evaluative Processes II Chapter 16 Approach and Avoidance Motivation(s): An Evolutionary Perspective................................................ 273 Douglas T. Kenrick and Michelle N. Shiota Immediacy and Automaticity of Evaluation Chapter 17 Evaluative Readiness: The Motivational Nature of Automatic Evaluation........................................... 289 Melissa J. Ferguson and John A. Bargh Structure of Evaluation Chapter 18 The Functional Neuroarchitecture of Evaluative Processes................................................................... 307 Gary G. Berntson and John T Cacioppo Evaluation Asymmetry Chapter 19 How Approach and Avoidance Decisions Influence Attitude Formation and Change..........................323 J. Richard Eiser and Russell H. Fazio PART V Emotion and Well-Being Structure of Emotions Chapter 20 Motivations and Emotivations: Approach, Avoidance, and Other Tendencies in Motivated and Emotional Behavior.................................................................................343 Ira J. Roseman Function of Emotions Chapter 21 Functions of Emotions and Emotion-Related Dysfunction.................................................................... 367 Eric Youngstrom and Carroll E. Izard Distinct Emotional Experience Chapter 22 Approach, Avoidance, and Emotional Experiences............................................................................... 385 Charles S. Carver, Yael E. Avivi, and Jean-Philippe Laurenceau Anger Chapter 23 Anger and Approach­Avoidance Motivation.........................................................................................399 Eddie Harmon-Jones, Carly Peterson, Philip A. Gable, and Cindy Harmon-Jones Well-Being Chapter 24 Approach­Avoidance Goals and Well-Being: One Size Does Not Fit All............................................ 415 Maya Tamir and Ed Diener PART VI Cognition Challenge and Threat Appraisal Chapter 25 Challenge and Threat.............................................................................................................................. 431 Jim Blascovich Mental Control Chapter 26 Thought Suppression and Psychopathology........................................................................................... 447 Sadia Najmi and Daniel M. Wegner Orienting and Attentional Processes Chapter 27 Motivational and Attentional Components of Personality..................................................................... 461 Douglas Derryberry and Marjorie Reed Framing Chapter 28 How Persons and Situations Regulate Message Framing Effects: The Study of Health Behavior................................................................................................................ 475 Alexander J. Rothman, Jhon T Wlaschin, Roger D. Bartels, Amy Latimer, and Peter Salovey PART VII The Self Self-Regulation Chapter 29 Distinguishing Levels of Approach and Avoidance: An Analysis Using Regulatory Focus Theory........................................................................................................................489 Abigail A. Scholer and E. Tory Higgins Self-Esteem and Self-Concept Chapter 30 Approach and Avoidance Motivations in the Self-Concept and Self-Esteem....................................... 505 Dianne M. Tice and E. J. Masicampo Self-Knowledge Chapter 31 Secrets of Resilience: Approaching Negative Self-Aspects Without Aversion.....................................521 Carolin J. Showers and Kristy L. Boyce Self-Access Chapter 32 The Functional Architecture of Approach and Avoidance Motivation..................................................535 Julius Kuhl and Sander L. Koole PART VIII Social Context Culture Chapter 33 Approach and Avoidance Motivation Across Cultures..........................................................................557 Takeshi Hamamura and Steven J. Heine Stereotyping Chapter 34 Interracial Interactions: Approach and Avoidance.................................................................................571 E. Ashby Plant and Patricia G. Devine Social Comparison Chapter 35 A Reunion for Approach­Avoidance Motivation and Social Comparison............................................585 Jerry Suls and Ladd Wheeler Social Exclusion Chapter 36 I Am Approaching the Decision to Avoid You: An Approach and Avoidance Perspective on Research on Social Exclusion and Rejection.................................................................................... 601 Roy F. Baumeister and Seth Gitter Sexual Behavior Chapter 37 A Dyadic Perspective on Approach and Avoidance Motives for Sexual Behavior...............................615 M. Lynne Cooper, Amelia E. Talley, Meli S. Sheldon, Ash Levitt, and Lindsay L. Barber Author Index............................................................................................................................................................. 633 Subject Index.............................................................................................................................................................................. 657

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