Handbook of Psychophysiology / Edition 2by John T. Cacioppo
Pub. Date: 05/28/2000
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The scope and coverage of psychophysiology has expanded tremendously over recent years and this revised and expanded Handbook of Psychophysiology provides both a context for and coverage of the biological bases of cognition, emotion, and behavior at a level of scholarship informative to the specialist and accessible to the student. The book is divided into six sections covering topics such as the history of psychophysiology, systemic psychophysiology ranging from the peripheral nervous system to the neuroendocrine and immune systems, principles of human behavior that have emerged from psychophysiological analyses, applications, and methodology. The final section provides detailed coverage of emerging topics in psychophysiology, including functional magnetic resonance imaging. This revised and expanded edition of the Handbook of Psychophysiology replaces Principles of Psychophysiology as an essential reference for students, researchers, and professionals in psychophysiology, psychology, psychiatry, neuroscience, and related biological and behavioral sciences.
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Table of ContentsPreface John T. Cacioppo; Part I. Introduction: 1. The psychophysiological enterprise John T. Cacioppo, Louis G. Tassinary and Gary G. Berntson; Part II. Foundations: 2. Human electroencephalography Richard J. Davidson, Daren Jackson and Christine Larson; 3. Event-related brain potentials Monica Fabiani, Gabriele Gratton and Michael G. H. Coles; 4. Positron emission tomography and functional magnetic resonance imaging Eric M. Reiman, Richard D. Lane, Cyma Van Petten, and Peter A. Bandettini; 5. Neuropsychology and behavioral neurology Daniel Tranel and Antonio Damasio; 6. Pupillary system Jackson Beatty and Brennis Lucero-Wagoner; 7. Skeletomotor system: surface electromyography Louis G. Tassinary and John T. Cacioppo; 8. Electrodermal system Michael E. Dawson, Anne M. Schell and Diane L. Filion; 9. Cardiovascular psychophysiology Kimberly A. Brownley, Barry E. Hurwitz and Neil Schneiderman; 10. Psychophysiology of respiration Andrew Harver and Tyler S. Lorig; 11. Gastrointestinal system Robert M. Stern, Kenneth L. Koch and Eric R. Muth; 12. Sexual response system James H. Geer and Erick Janssen; 13. Stress hormones in psychophysiological research William Lovallo and Terrie Thomas; 14. Reproductive hormones Charles Snowdon and Toni Ziegler; 15. Psychological modulation of cellular immunity Bert N. Uchino, Janice Kiecolt-Glaser and Ronald Glaser; 16. Psychosocial factors and humoral immunity Virginia M. Sanders, Laurie Iciek and Deborah K. Kasprowicz; Part III. Processes: 17. From homeostasis to allodynamic regulation Gary G. Berntson and John T. Cacioppo; 18. Interoception Barry Dworkin; 19. Motor preparation C. H. M. Brunia and G. J. M. van Boxtel; 20. Cognition and the autonomic nervous system: orienting, anticipation and conditioning Arne Ohman, Alfons Hamm and Kenneth Hugdahl; 21. Language M. Kutas, K. D. Federmeier, S. Coulson, J. W. King and T. F. Munte; 22. Emotion and motivation Margaret Bradley; 23. Interpersonal processes Wendy Gardiner, Shira Gabriel and Amanda Diekman; 24. Developmental psychophysiology Nathan A. Fox, Louis A. Schmidt and Heather A. Henderson; 25. Sleep and dreaming R. T. Pivik; Part IV. Applications: 26. Psychophysiology in the study of psychopathology Blair Hicks, Jennifer Keller and Gregory Miller; 27. Psychophysiological applications to clinical health psychology Catherine M. Stoney and Lisa A. Manzi Lentino; 28. Detection of deception William G. Iacono; 29. Applications of psychophysiology to human factors Arthur F. Kramer and Timothy Weber; 30. Psychophysiology and human transactions with the physical environment Russ Parsons and Terry Hartig; Part V. Methodology: 31. Psychometrics Michael J. Strube; 32. Salient method, design, and analysis concerns J. Richard Jennings and Lynn A. Stine; 33. Biosignal processing Gabriele Gratton; 34. Dynamic modeling Robert A. M. Gregson and Jeffrey L. Pressing; Part VI. Appendix: 35. General laboratory safety William A. Greene, Bruce Turetsky and Christian Kohler; 36. Functional fMRI: Background, methodology, limits and implementation Peter A. Bandettini, R. Birn and K. Donahue; Part VII: Indices: 37. Subject index; 38. Author index.
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