Women's Anger: Clinical and Developmental Perspectives

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The book brings together theoretical understandings, clinical experiences, empirical research, and the lived experience of anger for women and girls, in an integrated presentation of anger over a lifespan.
 

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Contents

The Paradox of Anger
1
Anger in Emotion Theory
11
Underlying Components of Anger in Emotion Theory
19
Three Major Integrative Models of Emotion
34
Emotion as Viewed by Developmental Psychology
43
Summary and Integration of Theory
54
The Formation of Socialized Anger in Women
61
Resulting Dilemma for the Development of Self
80
Women Speak About Anger
147
Synthesis and Conclusions
197
Integration with Feminist Identity Development
207
Recommendations
215
A Feminist Process
222
Index
241
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About the author (1999)

Sally D. Stabb, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and an Associate Professor of Psychology at Texas Woman's University.

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