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Understanding emotions / 4th ed

Understanding emotions / 4th ed

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단행본
개인저자
Keltner, Dacher. Oatley, Keith. Jenkins, Jennifer M.
서명 / 저자사항
Understanding emotions / Dacher Keltner, Keith Oatley, Jennifer M. Jenkins.
판사항
4th ed.
발행사항
Hoboken, NJ :   John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,   c2019.  
형태사항
xxxii, 511 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
9781119492566 (pbk.)
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Includes index.  
일반주제명
Emotions.
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저자소개

Keith Oatley(지은이)

대커 켈트너(지은이)

캘리포니아대학교 버클리캠퍼스의 심리학 교수. 전공인 심리학뿐 아니라 생물진화론과 동양철학 등 학문과 시대의 경계를 허무는 다양한 연구와 집필로 명성을 쌓아가고 있다. 그의 왕성한 연구 활동은 찰스 다윈 이후 한 세기 동안 인간 이해의 주변부로 밀려난 감정 분야에서 특히 빛을 발하고 있으며, 오랫동안 인간을 경쟁과 이기심으로 파악해온 전통적인 사고방식을 넘어서는 새로운 관점을 제공하는 연구 성과를 보여주고 있다. 또한 사회 계급 및 사회적 불평등의 생물학적, 진화론적 기원에 초점을 맞춰 연구하고 있다. 현재 인간의 긍정적인 감정을 과학적으로 연구하는 대의과학센터(Greater Good Science Center)의 이사장을 맡고 있으며, 잡지 <대의(Greater Good)>의 공동편집자로 활동하고 있다. 《선한 권력의 탄생》은 아주 새롭고 시사적인 관점에서 권력의 속성과 인간 심리를 해부하여, 이 시대에 필요한 권력에 대해 새로운 정의를 내리고 있다. 더불어 20가지 권력의 원리를 펼쳐 보이며, 선하고 좋은 권력이란 무엇인지 증명해낸다. 주요 저서로는 《선의 탄생Born to be Good》, 《연민 본능The Compassionate Instinct》(공저), 《사회 심리학Social Psychology》(공저) 등이 있다.

Jennifer M. Jenkins(지은이)

정보제공 : Aladin

목차

Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Figures -- Tables -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Part I Perspectives on Emotions -- 1 Approaches to Understanding Emotions -- Introduction -- What Is an Emotion? First Ideas -- Nineteenth-Century Founders -- Charles Darwin: The Evolutionary Approach -- William James: The Bodily Approach -- Sigmund Freud: The Psychoanalytic Approach -- Philosophical and Literary Approaches -- Aristotle and the Ethics of Emotions -- René Descartes: Philosophically Speaking -- George Eliot: The World of the Arts -- Brain Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology -- John Harlow, Tania Singer: Toward a Brain Science of Emotion -- Magda Arnold, Sylvan Tomkins: New Psychological Theories -- Erving Goffman, Arlie Russell Hochschild, and Lila Abu-Lughod: Emotions as Moral Dramas Involving Selves and Others -- Empirical Inspirations for a New Science of Emotion -- What Is an Emotion? A Framework -- The Emotional Realm: Emotions—Moods—Dispositions -- Episodes of Emotion -- Moods and Sentiments -- Emotional Disorders -- Personality and Temperament -- Summary -- To Think About and Discuss -- Further Reading -- 2 Evolution of Emotions -- Elements of an Evolutionary Approach -- Selection Pressures -- Adaptation -- Natural Design for Gene Replication -- An Evolutionary History of Human Emotions -- Insights from Modern Hunter-Gatherers -- Insights from Nonhuman Primates -- Human Ancestry -- Evolution of Symbolic Representation and Language -- Emotions as Bases of Human Relationships -- Emotions That Promote Attachment -- Emotions and Negotiation of Social Hierarchy -- Emotions, Affiliation, and Friendship -- Collective Emotion and Preference for In-Groups -- Summary -- To Think About and Discuss -- Further Reading -- 3 Cultural Understandings of Emotions -- An Island Society -- Two Emotional Events -- Three Principles: Emotions as Interpersonal, Active, and Value-based -- Cross-cultural Approaches to Emotion -- Identity -- Independent and Interdependent Selves -- Knowledge Structures -- Values -- The Construction of Emotions in the West -- The Coming of Civilization to Medieval Societies -- Has Violence Declined Over Time? -- The Romantic Era -- Sexual Love in the West -- Falling in Love: Emotion as a Role -- Women and Men: Different Cultures? -- Integrating Evolutionary and Cultural Approaches -- Summary -- To Think About and Discuss -- Further Reading -- Part II Elements of Emotions -- 4 Communication of Emotions -- Five Kinds of Nonverbal Behavior -- Facial Expressions of Emotion -- Darwin’s Observations and Theoretical Analysis -- Early Evidence of the Universality of Facial Expressions of Emotion -- Critiques of the Ekman and Friesen Studies -- Discovering New Facial Expressions of Emotion -- Inference and Context in Emotion Recognition -- Vocal Communication of Emotion -- The Communication of Emotions with the Voice -- Tactile Communication of Emotion -- Four Functions of Touch -- Communicating Emotions with Touch -- .
Emotional Expression and the Coordination of Social Interaction -- Cultural Variation in Emotional Expression -- Cultural Variation in Expressive Behavior -- Cultural Variation in the Interpretation of Emotional Expression -- Communication of Emotion in Art -- Four Hypotheses from the Idea of Romanticism -- Aesthetic Emotions in the Natyasastra -- Summary -- To Think About And Discuss -- Further Reading -- 5 Bodily Changes and Emotions -- Early Theorizing About Emotion and Bodily Changes -- Emotion and the Autonomic Nervous System -- Directed Facial Action and Physiological Differentiation of Negative Emotion -- Autonomic Response and Positive Emotion -- Vagal Tone and Compassion -- The Blush -- The Chills -- Emotion and the Neuroendocrine System -- The Hypothalamic–Pituitary–Adrenal Axis -- Emotion and the Immune System -- The Inflammation Response -- Bodily Changes and Emotional Experience -- Representations of Emotions in the Body -- Interoception -- Embodiment, Cognition, and Social Interaction -- Gut Feelings and Decision Making -- Embodied Empathy -- Summary -- To Think About and Discuss -- Further Reading -- 6 Appraisal, Experience, Regulation -- Appraisal and Emotion -- Historical Background and Concepts -- Primary Appraisals, Good and Bad -- Which Is Stronger, Good or Bad? -- Secondary Appraisals -- Discrete Approaches -- Dimensional Approaches -- Extending Appraisal Research: Tests of Theories and Patterns of Variation -- A Third Phase of Appraisal: Verbal Sharing -- Words and concepts -- The Emotion Lexicon -- Conceptualization of Emotion -- Emotion Metaphors -- Prototypes -- Variations in Emotion Lexicon -- Emotional Experience -- The Perspective That Emotions Are Discrete -- The Perspective That Emotions Are Constructed -- Comparing Perspectives -- Regulation of Emotions -- Distraction, Reappraisal, Suppression -- Summary -- To Think About and Discuss -- Further Reading -- 7 Brain Mechanisms and Emotion -- Historical Approaches to the Neuroscience of Emotion -- Early Research on Brain Lesions and Stimulation -- The Limbic System -- Emotion Systems in the Mammalian Brain -- A Framework from Affective Neuroscience -- Emotion-Related Appraisals and Subcortical Processes in the Brain -- Appraisals of Novelty and Concern Relevance: The Amygdala -- Appraisals of Possible Rewards: The Nucleus Accumbens -- Appraisals of Pain, Threat, and Harm: The Periaqueductal Gray -- Bodily Awareness and Subjective Feeling: The Anterior Insular Cortex -- From Conceptualization to Empathic Understanding: Cortical Processes in the Brain -- Learning Associations Between Events and Rewards: The Orbitofrontal Cortex -- Emotion Conceptualization: The Prefrontal Cortex -- Emotion Regulation: Regions of the Prefrontal Cortex -- Empathy and the Cortex -- Social Pain and the Dorsal Anterior Cingulate Cortex and Anterior Insular Cortex -- The Search for Emotion-Specific Patterns of Brain Activation -- Distinct Emotions Are Constructed in the Cortex -- Emotions Engag.
e Discrete Patterns of Brain Activation -- Summary -- To Think About and Discuss -- Further Reading -- Part III Emotions and Social Life -- 8 Development of Emotions in Childhood: This chapter was written with Michelle Rodrigues and Sahar Borairi -- Theories of Emotional Development -- Emotional Expression -- The Developmental Emergence of Emotions -- Social Emotions: 18 Months and Beyond -- Developments in Language and the Understanding of Other Minds -- Recognition of Emotions -- Facial Expressions -- Vocal Expressions -- Postures and Gestures -- Multimodal Recognition of Emotions -- Brain Mechanisms in Infants’ Recognition of Emotions -- The Negativity Bias -- Regulation of Emotions -- Regulatory Processes -- Neurobiological Development of Emotion Regulation -- Temperament -- Biological Contributions to Temperament -- Summary -- To Think About and Discuss -- Further Reading -- 9 Emotions in Social Relationships -- Emotions Within Intimate Relationships -- Principles of Sexual Love -- Emotions in Marriage -- Emotions in Friendships -- Gratitude -- Emotional Mimicry -- Social Support -- Emotions in Hierarchical Relationships -- Emotional Displays and the Negotiation of Social Rank -- Power and Emotion -- Social Class and Emotion -- Emotion and Group Dynamics -- Group and Collective Emotions -- Group and Collective Emotion and Between-Group Conflict -- Infrahumanization -- Emotional Processes That Improve Group Relations -- Emotional Intelligence -- Summary -- To Think About and Discuss -- Further Reading -- 10 Emotions and Thinking -- Passion and Reason -- Emotions Prioritize Thoughts, Goals, and Actions -- Emotion and Mood in Economic Behavior -- The Ultimatum Game -- Classical Economics -- Affect Infusion, and Affect as Information -- Styles of Processing -- Effects of Moods and Emotions on Cognitive Functioning -- Perceptual Effects -- Attentional Effects -- Effects on Remembering -- Emotion-Related Biases in Memory -- Eyewitness Testimony -- Persuasion -- Morality -- Intuitions and Principles -- Cooperation -- Emotions and the Law -- Obligations of Society -- Dispassionate Judgments? -- Summary -- To Think About and Discuss -- Further Reading -- Part IV Emotions and the Individual -- 11 Individual Differences in Emotionality -- Emotionality Over the Life Span -- Continuities in Emotionality from Childhood to Adulthood -- From Temperament to Personality -- Individual Differences in Emotion Shape How We Construe the World -- Age-Related Changes in Temperament and Personality -- Propensities in Emotionality That Shape the Relational Environment -- Emotionality Moderates Environmental Risk -- Attachment and Emotionality -- What is Attachment? -- Attachment Status and Emotional Outcomes -- Parental Sensitivity and Shared Thinking -- From Parent Attachment to Child Attachment -- The Role of Environmental Risk in Children’s Attachment Relationships -- Genetic Influences on Attachment -- Parental Behaviors Beyond Attachment -- Biobehavioral Synchron.

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