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  1. Communication and Emotion

    Essays in Honor of Dolf Zillmann

    Edited by Jennings Bryant, David R. Roskos-Ewoldsen, Joanne Cantor

    Series: Routledge Communication Series

    This collection serves two important functions: it synthesizes theory and research in the vital and vibrant area of communication and emotion, and it highlights the scholarly work and contributions of Dolf Zillmann, the preeminent contributor to this area of inquiry.As one of the most productive...

    Published April 1st 2003 by Routledge

  2. The Verbal Communication of Emotions

    Interdisciplinary Perspectives

    Edited by Susan R. Fussell

    This book pulls together new research and theory on the verbal communication of emotions by an international, cross-disciplinary group of recognized experts in affective communication. The book's goal is to provide readers with a comprehensive view of current research and encourage...

    Published June 1st 2002 by Psychology Press

  3. Theories of Mood and Cognition

    A User's Guidebook

    Edited by Leonard L. Martin, Gerald L. Clore

    Approaching the topic from a social psychological viewpoint, this book provides a forum for some currently active theorists to provide concise descriptions of their models in a way that addresses four of the most central issues in the field: How does affect influence memory, judgment, information...

    Published January 1st 2001 by Psychology Press

  4. Deductive Reasoning and Strategies

    Edited by Walter Schaeken, Gino De Vooght, Andr‚ Vandierendonck, G‚ry d'Ydewalle, Gery d'Ydewalle

    This book brings together both theoretical and empirical research directed toward the role of strategies in deductive reasoning. It offers the first systematic attempt to discuss the role of strategies for deductive reasoning. The empirical chapters correspond well with the main issues in the study...

    Published November 1st 1999 by Routledge

  5. Why We Evaluate

    Functions of Attitudes

    Edited by Gregory R. Maio, James M. Olson

    As the first book to examine the psychological motivations underlying people's attitudes, as well as why people form attitudes, this volume presents empirical research describing theoretical perspectives and practical applications. The editors assembled the leaders in the field to examine the...

    Published November 1st 1999 by Psychology Press

  6. Connections Between Sexuality and Aggression

    2nd Edition

    By Dolf Zillmann

    This is the only available comprehensive monograph on interrelations and interdependencies between agonistic and sexual behaviors. Integrating theory and research from biology, anthropology, neurophysiology, endocrinology, psychophysiology, and psychology, this book focuses on the mechanisms that...

    Published May 1st 1998 by Psychology Press

  7. The Voice of Shame

    Silence and Connection in Psychotherapy

    Edited by Robert G. Lee, Gordon Wheeler

    Shame and shame reactions are two of the most delicate and difficult issues of psychotherapy and are among the most likely to defy our usual dynamic, systemic, and behavioral theories. In this groundbreaking new collection, The Voice of Shame, thirteen distinguished authors show how use of the...

    Published November 1st 1997 by Gestalt Press

  8. Fifty Years of the Research and theory of R.s. Lazarus

    An Analysis of Historical and Perennial Issues

    By Richard S. Lazarus

    A collection of the articles written by the author throughout his extensive career, this book achieves three goals. First, it reprints selected research and theory papers on stress and coping from the 1950s to the present produced by Lazarus under five rubrics: his dissertation; perennial...

    Published October 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  9. Health, Coping, and Well-being

    Perspectives From Social Comparison Theory

    Edited by Bram P. Buunk, Frederick X. Gibbons, A. Buunk

    Over the past decades, the field of health psychology has witnessed a tremendous growth, and social psychologists have contributed substantially to the theoretical foundation of this field. Their research has focused on a wide variety of health-relevant topics such as how individuals decide to...

    Published July 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  10. Intersections in Basic and Applied Memory Research

    Edited by David G. Payne, Frederick G. Conrad

    In recent years there has been increasing interaction between basic and applied memory researchers, ranging from heated debates to highly productive collaborations. This collection of papers -- based on presentations at the Third Practical Aspects of Memory conference -- reviews the progress, as...

    Published November 1st 1996 by Psychology Press