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  1. Emotional Memory Failures

    A Special Issue of Cognition and Emotion

    Edited by Ineke Wessel, Daniel B. Wright

    Series: Special Issues of Cognition and Emotion

    The beginning of the 1990's saw a partisan debate about the nature of recovered memories for highly emotional events. Some authors claimed that recovered memories of trauma always referred to veridical memories that had been inaccessible for years. Others argued that such memories were false by...

    Published June 16th 2004 by Psychology Press

  2. Motivation and Emotion

    By Philip Gorman

    Series: Routledge Modular Psychology

    Motivation and Emotion provides an explanation of emotional experience and aspects of human behaviour using psychological, physiological and alternative approaches. The brain mechanisms that govern motivations are discussed and questions such as 'Why don't we eat ourselves to death?' and 'How do we...

    Published December 17th 2003 by Routledge

  3. Cognitive Biases in Anxiety and Depression

    A Special Issue of Cognition and Emotion

    Edited by Paula Hertel

    Series: Special Issues of Cognition and Emotion

    This special issue of Cognition and Emotion is dedicated to the phenomena of emotion-related biases in attention and remembering that are experienced by anxious and depressed people. Andrew Mathews and Colin MacLeod summarize their new research in using experimental methods to train anxiety-like...

    Published April 24th 2002 by Psychology Press

  4. Culture and Emotion

    A Special Issue of Cognition and Emotion

    Edited by Agneta Fischer, Anthony Manstead

    Series: Special Issues of Cognition and Emotion

    For the past three decades theorizing and research on the relationship between culture and emotion has tended to concentrate on the seemingly straightforward issue of whether or not emotions are universal. This was reflected in a dispute in which it seemed only possible to choose between the two...

    Published January 9th 2002 by Psychology Press

  5. Automatic Affective Processing

    A Special Issue of Cognition and Emotion

    Edited by Jan De Houwer, Dirk Hermans

    Series: Special Issues of Cognition and Emotion

    The concepts 'affect', 'valence' and 'attitude' are all fundamentally linked to the basic psychological dimension of good vs bad, positive vs negative, approach vs avoid. Affective processing refers to the act of determining the location of a stimulus on the affective dimension. Over the past few...

    Published February 7th 2001 by Psychology Press

  6. Human Performance

    Cognition, Stress and Individual Differences

    By D. Roy Davies, Gerald Matthews, Rob B. Stammers, Steve J. Westerman

    Human Performance provides the student and researcher with a comprehensive and accessible review of performance, in the real world and essential cognitive science theory.Four main sections cover both theoretical and practical issues: Section One outlines the perspectives on performance offered by...

    Published August 23rd 2000 by Psychology Press

  7. Functional Accounts of Emotion

    A Special Issue of the Journal Cognitiona and Emotion

    By James J. Gross, Dacher Keltner

    Series: Special Issues of Cognition and Emotion

    In recent years, emotion researchers have paid increasing attention to the functions that emotions service. This attention to function has been apparent in many disciplines and at many levels of analysis. From the most basic physiological symptom to the most overarching social structure, the...

    Published August 25th 1999 by Psychology Press

  8. Neuropsychological Perspectives on Affective and Anxiety Disorders

    A Special Issue of Cognition and Emotion

    Edited by Richard J. Davidson

    Series: Special Issues of Cognition and Emotion

    Ironically, in spite of the label "affective disorders", research on affective disorders has little to say about just what is disordered about emotion in these illnesses. One major purpose of this Special Issue is to begin to raise this question as a legitimate domain of inquiry in studies of...

    Published May 26th 1998 by Psychology Press

  9. The Cognitive Psychology of Depression

    A Special Issue of Cognition and Emotion

    Edited by I.H. Gottlib

    Series: Special Issues of Cognition and Emotion

    Of all the psychiatric disorders, depression is by far the most common, affecting between 8 and 18 percent of the general population at some point in their lives. Although the heterogeneity of the affective disorders makes it unlikely that a single set of factors can adequately explain the full...

    Published November 26th 1997 by Psychology Press

  10. Anxiety and Cognition

    A Unified Theory

    By Michael Eysenck

    Series: Essays in Cognitive Psychology

    It is argued in this book that there are three major approaches to anxiety. First, there is anxiety as an emotional state. Second, there is trait anxiety as a dimension of personality. Third, there is anxiety as a set of anxiety disorders. What is attempted is to produce a unified theory of anxiety...

    Published May 13th 1997 by Psychology Press