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Handbook of Cognition and Emotion

Tim Dalgleish (Editor), Mick Power (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-471-97836-7
866 pages
May 1999
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Edited by leading figures in the field, this handbook gives an overview of the current status of cognition and emotion research by giving the historical background to the debate and the philosophical arguments before moving on to outline the general aspects of the various research traditions. This handbook reflects the latest work being carried out by the key people in the field.
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Partial table of contents:


The Philosophy of Cognition and Emotion (W. Lyons).

Basic Emotions (P. Ekman).

Research Methods in Cognition and Emotion (W. Parrott & P. Hertel).


Selective Attention and Anxiety: A Cognitive-Motivational Perspective (K. Mogg & B. Bradley).

The Cognitive Science of Attention and Emotion (G. Matthews & A. Wells).

Mood and Memory (H. Ellis & B. Moore).

Autobiographical Memory (H. Healy & J. Williams).

Inhibition Processes in Cognition and Emotion: A Special Case (T. Dalgleish, et al.).


Anger (L. Berkowitz).

Disgust: The Body and Soul Emotion (P. Rozin, et al.).

Panic and Phobias (R. McNally).

Sadness and its Disorders (M. Power).

Jealousy and Envy (M. East & F. Watts).


Network Theories and Beyond (J. Forgas).

Appraisal Theory (K. Scherer).

Multi-Level Theories of Cognition-Emotion Relations (J. Teasdale).


Creativity in the Domain of Emotion (J. Averill).

Forensic Applications of Theories of Cognition and Emotion (D. Bekerian & S. Goodrich).

Cognition and Emotion: Future Directions (T. Dalgleish & M. Power).

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"This book is an important reference for use by researchers in cognition and emotion and will be of value to anyone who has interests that overlap this would clearly be a key addition to any serious psychology or psychiatry library..", British Journal of Psychiatry
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