Perception of Emotion in Self and Others

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468435504
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 6/14/2012
  • Series: Advances in the Study of Communication and Affect Series , #5
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1979
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 204
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Table of Contents

1 A Perceptual-Motor Processing Model of Emotion.- Four Theories of Emotion.- Attitude or Expressive Motor Theory.- Body (Autonomic) Reaction Theory.- Central Neural Theory.- Cognition-Arousal Theory.- Issues Brought to Focus by the Emotion Models.- Arousal and Emotion.- Cognition and Emotion.- Conclusions.- A Perceptual-Motor Theory of Emotion.- Facial Motor Mechanism.- An Outflow Model.- Schematic Processing of Emotion.- Abstract Conceptual Emotional Processing.- Summary and Conclusions.- References.- 2 The Ecological Study of Emotions in Humans.- A Theory of Personality That Is Appropriate for Understanding Human Emotions.- A Research Program for Investigating Human Emotions in Real-Life Situations.- A Study of Emotions in Everyday Life.- A Study of Changes in Self-Esteem in Everyday Life.- An Inventory of Self-Esteem and Some of Its Correlates.- The Implicit Cognitions Underlying Anger.- A Study of Sequential Appraisals in the Development of an Emotion.- Experiences That Produce Enduring Changes in Self-Concept.- Summary.- References.- 3 Emotion: The Perception of Bodily Change.- James and Lange.- Perception of Bodily Change.- Reported and Actual Bodily Change.- Differences in Resting Levels.- Differences in Reactivity.- Differences in Detection.- Differences in Control.- Development of the Perception of Bodily Change.- Conclusion.- References.- 4 Language, Image, and Emotion.- The Image as Instructions.- The Image as a Response.- Experimental Control of Imagery.- Imagery and Therapy.- References.- 5 Emotional Arousal, Anger, and Aggression: The Misattribution Issue.- The Empirical Phenomena.- Interpretations of the Empirical Phenomena.- Nonenhancement Effects of Additional Arousal on Agression.- Enhancement Effects of Additional Arousal on Aggression.- Salience Conceptualization.- Source Identification.- Emotion Labeling and Response Selection.- Directions for Future Research.- References.- 6 The Theoretical and Experimental Foundations of a Cognitive Model for Depression.- The Phenomenology of Depression.- Some Problems in the Study of Depression.- Cognition and Cognitive Processes.- The Cognitive Model of Depression.- Cognition and Depression.- The Content of Depressive Cognitions.- Studies on Ideation of Depressives.- Negative Cognition and Affect.- Negative Cognition, Motivation, and Behavior.- Negative Cognition and Physiology.- Characteristic Thought Processes in Depression.- The Restricted Time Perspective in Depression.- Selective Recall.- Future Research on the Cognitive Model of Depression.- References.- 7 Sexual Orientation and Self-Perception.- Components of Sexual Orientation.- Gender Characteristics.- Erotic Impulse.- Preliminary Research on the Self-Attribution Model.- Current Status of the Sexual Orientation Self-Attribution Model.- References.- 8 Cognitive, Behavioral, and Interpersonal Consequences of Self-Monitoring.- A Concept of Self-Monitoring.- Construction of the Self-Monitoring Scale.- Validation: Peer Ratings.- Validation: Criterion Groups.- Validation: Expression of Emotion.- Validation: Sensitivity to the Behavior of Others.- Discriminant Validity.- The Consequences of Self-Monitoring.- Cognitive Consequences: Self-Monitoring and Social Knowledge.- Behavioral Consequences: Self-Monitoring and Impression Management.- Interpersonal Consequences: Self-Monitoring and Social Interaction.- Detecting Self-Monitoring in Others.- Knowledge of Self-Monitoring.- Differential Self-Monitoring.- Conclusions.- References.

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