The Relationship Between Facial Expressions and Autonomic Responding in Emotions

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The Relationship Between Facial Expressions and Autonomic Responding in Emotions

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The Role of the Monkey Amygdala in the Autonomic Expression of Emotion

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Linking Autonomic Reactivity and Recovery with Emotion and Emotion Regulation Across Development

In order to better understand how emotion processes contribute to children's broader self-regulatory abilities, the interrelations among the multiple components of emotion need to be better understood. While some aspects of emotional events are difficult to observe in young children, such as their cognitive appraisals of emotions, other aspects are

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Social Psychophysiology and Emotion

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Approaches To Emotion

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Human Emotions

In recent years-especially the past decade, in sharp contrast to preceding decades-knowledge in the field of emotions has been steadily increasing. This knowledge comes from many different specialties: Emotion is a truly interdisciplinary subject. Workers in the fields of physiology, neurology, ethology, physiological psychology, personality and social psychology, clinical psychology

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The Regulation of Emotion

The main goal of this volume is to present, in an integrated framework, the newest, most contemporary perspectives on emotion regulation. The book includes empirically-grounded work and theories that are central to our understanding of the processes that constitute emotion regulation and their consequences. This volume has several secondary aims,

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The Emotions

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Psychological and Biological Approaches To Emotion

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The progression of heart disease is associated with changes in the neurohumoral mechanisms that control cardiac function. The degree to which this neurohumoral remodeling occurs, even before overt signs of cardiac disease become manifest, is important for prognosis. To determine why some patients experience sudden death while others sustain life

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