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Contents: Part I:Relationships Between Cognition and Emotion. R.S. Lazarus, Constructs of the Mind in Adaptation. G. Mandler, A Constructivist Theory of Emotion. N.L. Stein, L.J. Levine, Making Sense Out of Emotion: The Representation and Use of Goal-Structured Knowledge. A.M. Isen, The Influence of Positive and Negative Affect on Cognitive Organization: Some Implications for Development. Part II:Biological Perspectives to Emotion. K.M. Heilman, D. Bowers, Neuropsychological Studies of Emotional Changes Induced by Right and Left Hemispheric Lesions. B. Kolb, L. Taylor, Neocortical Substrates of Emotional Behavior. D.M. Tucker, K. Vannatta, J. Rothlind, Arousal and Activation Systems and Primitive Adaptive Controls on Cognitive Priming. W. Heller, The Neuropsychology of Emotion: Developmental Patterns and Implications for Psychopathology. Part III:Developmental Perspectives on Emotion. L. Bloom, Developments in Expression: Affect and Speech. C.R. Stenberg, J.J. Campos, The Development of Anger Expressions in Infancy. J. Huttenlocher, P. Smiley, Emerging Notions of Persons. M. Radke-Yarrow, G. Kochanska, Anger in Young Children. Part IV:Coping and Psychopathology. S. Folkman, R.S. Lazarus, Coping and Emotion. L.Y. Abramson, L.B. Alloy, G.I. Metalsky, The Hopelessness Theory of Depression: Current Status and Future Directions. D. Cicchetti, J. White, Emotion and Developmental Psychopathology. Part V:System Approaches to Emotion. J.R. Averill, Emotion in Relation to Systems of Behavior. T. Brown, The Biological Significance of Affectivity.