Affect, Imagery, Consciousness: Cognition: duplication and transformation of information

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Springer Pub. Co., 1992 - Philosophy - 464 pages
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Contents

Introduction to the Second Half of Human Being Theory
1
Motivational Information of Time and Place of ResponseWhen Where What to What
2
Amplification Attenuation and Affects
3
Freedom of the Will and the Structure of the Affect System
4
Evolution and Affect
5
Visibility and Invisibility of the Affect System
6
The Face
7
The Innate Determinants of Affect
8
Fear Magnification and FearBased Scripts
18
A BottomUp Perspective
43
Defining Characteristics
113
The Nature
121
The Possibility and Probability of Retrieving Stored
146
Discontinuity
173
Factors Governing the Activation of Early Memories
199
Defining CharacteristicsCentral Matching
235

Affect Dynamics
9
InterestExcitement
10
Developmental Psychological and Comparative Aspects
11
The Social Bond
12
What Is It and Where Is It?
13
DistressAnguish and the Crying Response
14
Antitoxic AngerDriven Power and Recasting Scripts
15
Antitoxic AngerDriven Destructive Scripts
16
Fear and Its Socialization
17
The Lower Senses
241
The Higher Senses
272
Other Centrally Controlled Duplicating Mechanisms
285
Consciousness the Image
323
Epilogue by Silvan S Tomkins
353
and IV
373
and II
386
Volumes IIV
407
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