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Perception of self in emotional disorder and psychotherapy

Author: Lorne M Hartman; Kirk R Blankstein
Publisher: New York : Plenum, 1986.
Series: Advances in the study of communication and affect, v. 11
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lorne M Hartman; Kirk R Blankstein
ISBN: 0306423154 9780306423154
OCLC Number: 856799629
Description: xvii, 336 s.
Contents: I. Theoretical Perspectives.- 1 Self and the Control of Behavior.- Principles of Self-Regulation.- Theoretical Elaborations.- Conceptualizing Problems in Self-Management.- New Directions: Optimism and Effective Self-Management.- Concluding Comments.- References.- 2 Perceiving the Self as an Effective Agent.- Beliefs about Control and Negative Affective States.- Conclusion.- References.- 3 A Neuropsychodynamic Perspective on the Self: Brain, Thought, and Emotion.- Brain, Mind, and Mood.- The Neuropsychological Organization of Mood.- Mood, Inhibition, Evolution.- The Role of Dynamics.- Emotion Subcomponents, Interactions, Dissociations.- Comment.- References.- 4 Looking for Introspection; Self-Consciousness, Self-Awareness, and Emotionality: Preliminary Empirical Findings.- Self-Consciousness and Self-Awareness.- Theoretical Considerations toward a Preliminary Investigation.- Experimental Design.- Results and Discussion.- General Discussion.- References.- II. Clinical Applications.- 5 Shyness and Self-Concept.- Shyness as a Personality Trait.- Shyness as a Dimension of Self-Esteem.- Attributions and Memories.- Anxious Self-Preoccupation.- Self-Presentation.- Self-Perceptions and Observer Ratings.- Conclusion.- References.- 6 Self-Concept Deficiencies in Eating Disorders.- Models of Self-Concept Disturbance in Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia.- Behavioral and Cognitive Theories.- Self-Awareness Deficits.- Self-Concept and Obesity.- Summary.- References.- 7 The Role of Self in Alcohol Use.- Effects of Alcohol on Views of Self.- Self as a Motivation to Drink.- Alcohol and Self-Regulation.- Summary and Conclusion.- References.- 8 The Self-Schema in Depression.- The Nature and Assessment of Depression.- The Cognitive Model of Depression.- References.- 9 Anxiety, Worry, and the Self.- Worry: The Cognitive Aspect of Anxiety.- Clinical Hypotheses Concerning Worry.- The Penn State Worry Project.- Origins and Maintenance of Anxiety from a Learning Perspective.- Cognitive Extensions of Learning Principles.- A Cognitive Processing Model of Worry.- A Self Theory of Worry and Anxiety.- Conclusion.- References.- III Treatment Implications.- 10 Social Anxiety, Problem Drinking, and Self-Awareness.- Social Anxiety.- Models of Social Anxiety.- Social Anxiety and Alcoholism.- An Integrated Analysis.- Summary.- References.- 11 Self-Construct Perspectives in Psychotherapy.- Fixed-Role Therapy.- Clinical Experiments.- Other Relevant Findings.- Summary.- References.- 12 The Self as Mediator of Cognitive Change in Psychotherapy.- A Constructivist Framework.- The Development of Self-Knowledge.- The Organization of Self-Knowledge.- The Self as the Integrator of Life-Span Oscillations.- A Clinical Guideline for Constructivist-Cognitive Therapy.- References.
Series Title: Advances in the study of communication and affect, v. 11
Responsibility: edited by Lome M. Hartman and Kirk R. Blankstein.


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