Despite important developments in psychophysiology no single book has reviewed the subject at a level that is informative to the specialist yet accessible to the interested nonspecialist. Principles of Psychophysiology is designed to fill this gap. Leading scientists review the foundations and recent advances in our understanding of psychophysiological responses and recording techniques - electrodermal, electromyographic, electrocortical, event-related brain potential, cardiovascular, electro-ocular, gastrointestinal, pulmonary, and sexual, and examine the applications of this behaviour. The editors provide a comprehensive overview of fundamental issues involved in inferring psychological processes and states from physiological data. They review neurophysiological, psychoneuroendocrinological, and psychoneuroimmunological foundations of psychophysiology, and psychophysiological concepts and principles. Finally, they offer detailed tutorials on each psychophysiological system and response, and assess general analytic procedures across systems. A wide range of behavioural scientists, specialists in behavioural medicine and their students will find this an indispensable sourcebook and guide.
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Table of ContentsPreface; Part I. Psychophysiological Foundations: 1. Psychophysiology and psychophysiological inference J. T. Cacioppo and L. G. Tassinary; 2. Fundamentals of neuroscience R. Matsumoto, B. B. Walker, J. M. Walker and H. Hughes; 3. Principles of bioelectrical measurement B. Marshall-Goodell, L. G. Tassinary and J. T. Cacioppo; 4. Psychoneuroendocrinology N. Grunberg and J. E. Singer; 5. Human psychoneuroimmunology S. Kennedy, R. Glaser and J. Kiecolt-Glaser; 6. Psychophysiology of interoception S. Reed, A. Harver and E. S. Katkin; 7. Psychometric principles: from physiological data to psychological constructs M. J. Strube; Part II. General Concepts: 8. Response patterning R. M. Stern and C. E. E. Sison: 9. Stress and arousal A. K. Johnson and E. A. Anderson; Part III. Systemic Psychophysiology: 10. The skeletomotor system: surface electromyography J. T. Cacioppo, L. G. Tassinary and A. J. Fridlund; 11. The electrodermal system M. E. Dawson, A. M. Schell and D. L. Filion; 12. The cardiovascular system J. Papillo and D. Shapiro; 13. The electrocortical system W. Ray; 14. Event-related brain potentials M. G. H. Coles, G. Gratton and M. Fabiani; 15. The ocular system J. A. Stern and D. N. Dunham; 16. The gastrointestinal system R. M. Stern, K. L. Koch and M. W. Vasey; 17. The pulmonary system T. S. Lorig and G. E. Schwartz; 18. Psychophysiology of sexual response J. H. Geer and S. Head; 19. The verbal system J. A. Skelton and J. W. Pennbaker; Part IV. General Issues in the Analysis or Psychophysiological Signals: 20. Waveform moments analysis: topographical analysis of nonrhythmic waveforms D. D. Dorfman and J. T. Cacioppo; 21. The analysis of periodic processes in psychophysiological research S. W. Porges and R. E. Bohrer; 22. Time-series analysis for physiological data J. Gottman; 23. The analysis of psychophysiological data: multivariate approaches D. W. Russell; End material; Glossary; List of abbreviations.