An integrated model of emotion processes and cognition in social information processing.

@article{Lemerise2000AnIM,
  title={An integrated model of emotion processes and cognition in social information processing.},
  author={Elizabeth A Lemerise and William F. Arsenio},
  journal={Child development},
  year={2000},
  volume={71 1},
  pages={107-18}
}
Literature on the contributions of social cognitive and emotion processes to children's social competence is reviewed and interpreted in the context of an integrated model of emotion processes and cognition in social information processing. Neurophysiological and functional evidence for the centrality of emotion processes in personal-social decision making is reviewed. Crick and Dodge's model is presented as a cognitive model of social decision making, and a revised model is proposed into which… CONTINUE READING
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