Handbook of Emotions

  title={Handbook of Emotions},
  author={Michael Lewis and Jeannette M. Haviland and Lisa Feldman Barrett},
Part 1. Interdisciplinary Foundations. R.C. Solomon, The Philosophy of Emotions. P.N. Stearns, History of Emotions: Issues of Change and Impact. J.E. Stets, J.H. Turner, The Sociology of Emotions. J. Panksepp, The Affective Brain and Core Consciousness: How Does Neural Activity Generate Emotional Feelings? N.H. Frijda, The Psychologist's Point of View. L.S. Greenberg, The Clinical Application of Emotion in Psychotherapy. P.N. Johnson-Laird, K. Oatley, Emotions, Music, and Literature. J. Tooby… 
On the Nature, Development, and Functions of Emotions
The study of emotions and emotional development has changed dramatically in the past several decades. At the early and middle points of the century, emotional processes were generally seen as
Emotional Responses to Art: From Collation and Arousal to Cognition and Emotion
The study of emotional responses to art has remained curiously detached from the psychology of emotions. Historically, the leading tradition has been Daniel Berlyne's psychobiological model, embodied
The Social Psychologies of Emotion: A Bridge That Is Not Too Far
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 54:733–40. Fiske, Susan T. and Steven L. Neuberg. 1990. ‘‘A Continuum of Impression Formation, from Category-Based to Individuating Processes: Influences
Psychological and Religious Perspectives on Emotion
This article is devoted to examining theoretical issues on the interface of the psychol- ogy of religion and the psychology of emotion, something which has recently been surprisingly neglected. The
The Role of Emotion Modulation in Moral Bioenhancement Debate
This paper aims to analyze technical and internal aspects of one particular type of human moral enhancement, i.e. enhancement of moral motivation via direct emotion modulation. More precisely, it
Movement and Emotions
There is no uniform conception in the literature about what an emotion is and consists of [1,2]. Consensually, essential aspects have been considered to understand emotion: the presence in emotions
Emotions as Bio-cultural Processes: Disciplinary Debates and an Interdisciplinary Outlook
This chapter develops a theoretical framework that is capable of integrating the biological foundations of emotions with their cultural and semantic formation and integrates the two theories—the theory of basic emotions and appraisal theory—to couple emotional sensations with emotional concepts.
Empathy and Morality: Integrating Social and Neuroscience Approaches
Philosophers and psychologists have long debated the nature of empathy (e.g., Batson, 1991; Eisenberg, 2000; Ickes, 2003; Thompson, 2001), and whether the capacity to share and understand other


Experiencing emotion : a cross-cultural study
List of contributors Preface Part I. Asking about Emotional Experiences: Rationale and Methods: 1. Studying emotion empirically: issues and a paradigm for research K. R. Scherer 2. Measuring
The laws of emotion.
  • N. Frijda
  • Psychology
    The American psychologist
  • 1988
It is argued that emotions are lawful phe- nomena and thus can be described in terms of a set of laws of emotion. These laws result from the operation of emotion mechanisms that are accessible to
Emotion Work, Feeling Rules, and Social Structure
This essay proposes an emotion-management perspective as a lens through which to inspect the self, interaction, and structure. Emotion, it is argued, can be and ofter is subject to acts of
How Many Emotions Are There? Wedding the Social and the Autonomic Components
  • T. D. Kemper
  • Psychology, Sociology
    American Journal of Sociology
  • 1987
Fundamental in the field of emotions is the question of how many emotion there are or there can be. The answer proposed here is that the number of possible emotions is limites. As long as society
International review of studies on emotion
Symposium on affective neuroscience, Jaak Panksepp coping dispositions, uncertainty and emotional arousal, Heinz Walter Krohne, et al emotions, evolution and aggression - myths and conjecture, George
Gray Zones at the Emotion/Cognition Interface: A Commentary
Abstract Two thing are obvious from the subjective experience of emotional states: (1) emotions have a power of their own in directing and disrupting behavioural options, thinking processes, and
Anger and Aggression: An Essay on Emotion
I. Perspectives on Anger and Aggression.- 1. The Nature of Emotion.- The Place of Emotions in Systems of Behavior.- Emotions Defined.- The Experience and Expression of Emotion.- Anger and
Review of personality and social psychology
Phillip Shaver Editor's Introduction Ira J Roseman Cognitive Determinants of Emotion A Structural Theory Klaus R Scherer Emotion as a Multicomponent Process A Model and Some Cross-Cultural Data
Culture and the categorization of emotions.
  • J. Russell
  • Psychology, Sociology
    Psychological bulletin
  • 1991
A review of ethnographic and cross-cultural studies on emotion lexicons, the emotions inferred from facial expressions, and dimensions implicit in comparative judgments of emotions indicated both similarities and differences in how the emotions are categorized in different languages and cultures.
The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals
Acknowledgments List of Illustrations Figures Plates Preface to the Anniversary Edition by Paul Ekman Preface to the Third Edition by Paul Ekman Preface to the Second Edition by Francis Darwin