Emotion and Motivation
Emotion and Motivation
Jan 2004, Wiley-Blackwell
Part I: Affect and Emotions:.
1. The Nature of Emotion: W. Gerrod Parrott (Georgetown University).
2. Understanding People’s Perceptions of Relationships is Crucial to Understanding their Emotional Lives: Margaret S. Clark (Carnegie Mellon University), Julie Fitness (Macquarie University, Australia), and Ian Brissette (Rutgers University).
3. Emotional Experience in Close Relationships: Ellen Berscheid and Hilary Ammazzalorso (both University of Minnesota).
4. Poker Face, Smiley Face, and Rant ‘n’ Rave: Myths and Realities about Emotion in Negotiation: Leigh Thompson, Victoria Husted Medvec, Vanessa Seiden, and Shirli Kopelman (all Northwestern University).
5. Mood and Emotion in Groups: Janice R. Kelly (Purdue University).
6. Affect as a Cause of Intergroup Bias: David Wilder and Andrew F. Simon (both Rutgers University)..
Part II: Social Motivation:.
7. On the Motives Underlying Social Cognition: David Dunning (Cornell University).
8. Goal Setting and Goal Striving: Gabriele Oettingen (New York University) and Peter M. Gollwitzer (University of Konstanz, Germany).
9. Self-Esteem: Abraham Tesser (University of Georgia).
10. The Self We Know and the Self We Show: Self-esteem, Self-presentation, and the Maintenance of Interpersonal Relationships: Mark R. Leary (Wake Forest University).
11. Motivational Aspects of Empathic Accuracy: William Ickes (University of Texas, Arlington) and Jeffry A. Simpson (Texas A&M University).
12. Helping and Altruism: John F. Dovidio (Colgate University) and Louis A. Penner (University of South Florida).
13. Social Comparison Motives in Ongoing Groups: John Darley (Princeton University).
14. Aversive Discrimination: Amélie Mummendey and Sabine Otten (both Friedrich Schiller University, Germany)..
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- Collects readings from the four-volume set of Blackwell Handbooks of Social Psychology and includes introductions by two world-renowned researchers.
- Provides a sampling of exciting research and theory on emotion and motivation that is both comprehensive and current and cross-cuts the levels of analysis from intrapersonal to intergroup.
- Organized around two broad themes that span the breadth of the field: affect and emotion; and social motivation.