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Emotion and adaptation

Author: Richard S Lazarus
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1991.
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In this work, Richard Lazarus offers a treatment of the psychology of emotion, its role in adaptation, and the issues that must be addressed to understand it. The work provides a complete theory of emotional processes, explaining how different emotions are elicited and expressed, and how the emotional range of individuals develops over their lifetime. The author's approach puts emotion in a central role as a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Einführung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard S Lazarus
ISBN: 0195069943 9780195069945 019509266X 9780195092660
OCLC Number: 23252739
Description: xiii, 557 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: About Emotion : The Place of emotion in psychology --
The Retreat from radical behaviorism and the rise of cognitivism --
Perspectives on emotion --
The Adaptational encounter as the proper context of emotion --
The Issues and tasks of a theory of emotion --
The Theory in an nutshell --
Issues of Research, Classification, and Measurement : The Variables of emotion --
Emotions as categories or dimensions --
Universals in the emotional response --
A Working emotion classification system. The Cognitive-Motivational-Relational Theory : The Person- envionment Relationship, Motivation and coping : The Rational for a relational theory --
The Motivational theory --
The Motivational principle --
Emotion as a process --
Coping --
Person-environment relationships bearing on emotions --
Cognition and Emotion : Rationale and a bit of history --
Appraisal --
How meaning is achieved --
Issues of Causality : Overlaps and distinctions among the constructs of mind --
Causality in the emotion process --
Contextualism and mechanism in emotion theory --
Three issues about the causal role of cogition --
Biological universals and sociocultural viability in the emotion process --
Emotion as system of interdependent variables and processes. Individual emotions : Goal incongruent (negative) emotions : Anger --
Fright-anxiety --
Guilt-shame --
Sadness --
Envy-Jealousy --
Disgust --
Goal Congruent (Positive) and problematic emotions : Happiness/joy --
Pride --
Love/affection --
Relief --
Problematic emotions. Emotional Development : Individual development : Approaches to the study of mother-infant relationships --
Theories of emotional development --
Temperament as a biological factor --
Learning and emotional development --
Research and thought on cognitive-emotional development --
Overview of the development of the emotion process --
Social Influence : The Sociocultural outlook --
Society, culture, and the individual --
Forms of social influence --
Culture and emotion --
Social structure and emotion.
Responsibility: Richard S. Lazarus.
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