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Understanding Emotions, Second Edition
Oatley, Keith, Dacher Keltner and Jennifer M. Jenkins
Wiley-Blackwell / Softcover / 2006-02-01 / 1405131039
Emotions / Toronto Authors
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536 pages
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Keith Oatley and Jennifer M. Jenkins's best-selling book on the psychology of emotions is the most highly regarded and engaging text for the emotions course. While retaining its interdisciplinary breadth, historical insights, and engaging format, this new edition adds the expertise of outstanding researcher and dedicated teacher Dacher Keltner. The second edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect the latest research and developments in emotions and includes the following features:
Cohesive synthesis of evolutionary and cultural approaches to emotion
New chapters on communication of emotion, bodily changes, and appraisal
Increased emphasis on interpersonal implications of emotions, including studies of newly discovered expressions and systems of communication
New coverage on moral judgment, individual differences, gene-environment interactions, and positive emotions
New coverage of subjective well-being and pro-social emotions like gratitude and compassion
Updated references throughout reflect current research and data, including research on affective neuroscience
A new design and pedagogical features include new integrated boxes that depict historical landmarks and historical figures, updated tables, boldfaced terms, and end-of-chapter summaries.
An Instructor's Manual with lecture notes and teaching tips is available upon request. Please visit www.blackwellpublishing.com/oatley .
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Reviews:

This new edition is as delightful and informative as its predecessor. It includes the important advancements in research made over the past 10 years, and carries the clear fruits of its enlarged authorship." Nico Frijda, University of Amsterdam
"Understanding Emotions provides an admirable theoretical integration of empirical research and, at the same time, makes emotion research relevant to our everyday lives. It is the perfect book for both undergraduate and graduate-level courses on emotion." Batja Mesquita, Wake Forest University

Contents:

Part I: Perspectives on Emotion:
1. Approaches to Understanding Emotions.
2. Evolution of Emotions.
3. Cultural Understandings of Emotions.
Part II: Elements of emotion:
4. The Communication of Emotion.
5. Bodily Changes and Emotion.
6. Brain Mechanisms of Emotion.
7. Appraisal, Knowledge, and Experience
Part III: Emotions and Social Life:
8. Development of Emotions in Childhood.
9. Emotions in Social Relationships.
10. Emotion and Cognition.
Part IV: Emotions and the Individual:
11. Individual Differences and Personality.
12. Emotion and Mental Health in Childhood.
13. Emotions and Mental Health in Adulthood.
14. Psychotherapy, Consciousness, and Well-being.
Glossary.
References.
Subject Index.
Author Index

About the Authors:

Keith Oatley is Director of the Cognitive Science Program, University of Toronto. He is the author of more than 130 scholarly articles and seven books, including Emotions: A Brief History (Blackwell, 2004), and two novels.
Dacher Keltner is professor of psychology at University of California at Berkeley, and the author of more than 80 scholarly articles and one book. He received the 2000 Templeton Positive Psychology Prize for Excellence in Research, and two university-wide teaching awards at UC Berkeley.
Jennifer M. Jenkins is Professor in the Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology at the University of Toronto. She is co-editor, with Keith Oatley, of Human Emotions: A Reader (Blackwell, 1998). She now heads a large research project on gene-environment interactions in children.


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