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Understanding emotions / 4th ed

Understanding emotions / 4th ed (Loan 4 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Keltner, Dacher. Oatley, Keith. Jenkins, Jennifer M.
Title Statement
Understanding emotions / Dacher Keltner, Keith Oatley, Jennifer M. Jenkins.
판사항
4th ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Hoboken, NJ :   John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,   c2019.  
Physical Medium
xxxii, 511 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
9781119492566 (pbk.)
General Note
Includes index.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Emotions.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

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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