Cognition and Emotion (Google eBook)
Eric Eich Professor of Psychology University of British Columbia, Berkeley John F. Kihlstrom Professor of Psychology University of California, Stanford CA Gordon H. Bower Albert Ray Lang Professor of Psychology Stanford University, Joseph P. Forgas Scientia Professor of Psychology University of New South Wales, Paula M. Niedenthal Scientia Professor of Psychology University of New South Wales
Oxford University Press, Jul 28, 2000 - Psychology - 272 pages
Recent years have witnessed a revival of research in the interplay between cognition and emotion. The reasons for this renaissance are many and varied. In the first place, emotion theorists have come to recognize the pivotal role of cognitive factors in virtually all aspects of the emotion process, and to rely on basic cognitive factors and insight in creating new models of affective space. Also, the successful application of cognitive therapies to affective disorders has prompted clinical psychologists to work towards a clearer understanding of the connections between cognitive processes and emotional problems. And whereas the cognitive revolutionaries of the 1960s regarded emotions with suspicion, viewing them as nagging sources of "hot" noise in an otherwise cool, rational, and computer-like system of information processing, cognitive researchers of the 1990s regard emotions with respect, owing to their potent and predictable effects on tasks as diverse as object perception, episodic recall, and risk assessment. These intersecting lines of interest have made cognition and emotion one of the most active and rapidly developing areas within psychological science. Written in debate format, this book covers developing fields such as social cognition, as well as classic areas such as memory, learning, perception and categorization. The links between emotion and memory, learning, perception, categorization, social judgements, and behavior are addressed. Contributors come from the U.S., Canada, Australia, and France.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
affect infusion affect priming Alexithymia amnesia amygdala analgesia anxiety arousal associated autobiographical memory awareness behavior Bower clinical Clore Cognition and Emotion cognition/emotion cognitive psychology conscious depression disorders dissociation Eich Ekman emotion and memory encoding Erlbaum evidence experience Experimental Psychology explicit fear feeling Fiedler flashbulb memories Forgas Gordon Bower Halberstadt happy and sad happy or sad happy subjects Hillsdale hypnosis implicit emotion implicit memory induced influence interactions Isen J. P. Forgas Journal of Abnormal Journal of Experimental Journal of Personality Kihlstrom learning lexical decision mere exposure effect mood congruent effects mood dependent memory mood effects motivated processing neuropsychology neutral Niedenthal patients Personality and Social physiological positive processing strategies recall retrieval sad mood sad subjects Schwarz similar social cognition social judgments Social Psychology specific stimuli studies substantive processing suggests target task theory traumatic triads unconscious University Press valence words York Zajonc