Physiological Measures of Emotion From a Developmental Perspective: State of the Science

Physiological Measures of Emotion From a Developmental Perspective: State of the Science

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ISBN-13: 9781118459164
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 06/19/2012
Series: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development (MONO) Series , #1
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Tracy A. Dennis is Associate Professor in the Department ofPsychology and the Biopsychology and Behavioral Neurosciencedoctoral program at Hunter College of the City University of NewYork. Her research focuses on neurobiological processes underlyingthe development of emotion regulation, emotional competence, andaffective psychopathology in childhood and across the adult lifespan. In addition, her current work examines attentional biases andpatterns of emotion–cognition integration that influenceadjustment.

Paul D. Hastings is Professor of Psychology at the Centerfor Mind and Brain at the University of California Davis. Hisresearch is focused on the transactional and bidirectionalcontributions of children’s regulatory systems andsocialization experiences to trajectories of social and emotionaldevelopment, with particular emphasis on empathy and prosocialbehavior, inhibition and anxiety, and aggression and disruptivebehavior.

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ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION TO THE MONOGRAPH: PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES OF EMOTIONFROM A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE: STATE OF THE SCIENCE

INTRODUCTION TO SECTION ONE: INTEGRATIVE APPROACHES TO THE STUDYOF PHYSIOLOGY AND EMOTION

EEG/ERP MEASURES OF EMOTION–COGNITION INTEGRATION DURINGDEVELOPMENT

EMOTION–CORTISOL TRANSACTIONS OCCUR OVER MULTIPLE TIMESCALES IN DEVELOPMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH ON EMOTION AND THEDEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONAL DISORDERS

NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE STUDY OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES INTEMPERAMENT: A BRAIN–BODY APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING FEARFULAND FEARLESS CHILDREN

INTRODUCTION TO SECTION TWO: SOCIALIZATION AND ENVIRONMENTALFACTORS IN THE PHYSIOLOGY OF EMOTION

PARENT–INFANT SYNCHRONY: A BIOBEHAVIORAL MODEL OF MUTUALINFLUENCES IN THE FORMATION OF AFFILIATIVE BONDS

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND EMOTION SOCIALIZATION

THE IMPORTANCE OF BIOLOGICAL METHODS IN LINKING SOCIALEXPERIENCE WITH SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

INTRODUCTION TO SECTION THREE: PHYSIOLOGY AND AFFECTIVEPSYCHOPATHOLOGY

PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES OF EMOTION DYSREGULATION: INVESTIGATINGTHE DEVELOPMENT OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS

PHYSIOLOGICAL MARKERS OF EMOTION AND BEHAVIOR DYSREGULATION INEXTERNALIZING PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

NEUROENDOCRINE REGULATION AND EMOTIONAL ADAPTATION IN THECONTEXT OF CHILD MALTREATMENT

INTRODUCTION TO SECTION FOUR: OVERARCHING ISSUES ANDMETHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS: WHAT CAN PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURESREVEAL ABOUT EMOTION?

MEASURING THE PHYSIOLOGY OF EMOTION AND EMOTIONREGULATION—TIMING IS EVERYTHING

THE HYPOTHALAMIC–PITUITARY–ADRENOCORTICAL SYSTEM ANDEMOTION: CURRENT WISDOM AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS

DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF EMOTION PROCESSES

ASPECTS OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL DATA ANALYSIS: EEG COHERENCY ANDfMRI CONNECTIVITY MAPPING

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